Gweru Car Dealer Shoots Four& Kills Two In Domestic Dispute
A prominent car dealer in Gweru, Peter Dube last night opened fire on four people, killing two and injuring the other two including his wife Nyasha Nharingo following a domestic dispute at their residence in the central business district.
Among the deceased is Shelton Chinhango who was shot at close range while seated in his car as he tried to flee the violent suspect.
Nyasha is in critical condition after she was shot through the neck.Dube accused Chinhango of having an affair with his wife Nyasha.
When The Herald visited the scene this morning, a body was still lying on the tarmac while the other, believed to Gamuchirai Shoko, was lying on the staircase in a block of flats in the CBD where the incident occurred.Police were busy barricading the block of flats while dispersing crowds that had gathered at the scene. Police attending the scene said the suspect, Dube has since gone in hiding but his mobile phone was still ringing without being answered.
A Gweru-based businessman, Peter Dube (35) allegedly shot dead his girlfriend a popular socialite in the city, Gamuchirai Mudungwe (30) and her alleged boyfriend, Shelton (NFPK) Friday night.
Two other people, believed to be close relatives of the girlfriend are battling for their lives at a local hospital after sustaining serious gunshot wounds. The incident allegedly took place at Bensam Flats located along Main Street heading into the city centre.
The businessman and his deceased girlfriend allegedly have two children together.
A Chronicle news crew visited the crime scene at 930AM and observed that the bodies of the two were yet to be taken to the mortuary.
The lifeless body of the socialite was on the steps leading to Bensam Flats while that of the alleged boyfriend was on the driver’s seat in a Kombi he was shot in.
Police had blocked part of Main street leading where the deceased’s Kombi was parked.Residents at Bensam Flats were forced to use the back entrance as the girlfriend’s body lay on the front steps.
Midlands provincial police spokesperson Inspector Emmanuel Mahoko said he was still to get full details with regards to the matter