FOR TWO YEARS, DUBE MANAGED TO EVADE JUSTICE

H-Metro Reporter 

AFTER two years on the run, justice finally caught up with Peter Dube in Ireland.

That was in June last year.

He had been on the top list of wanted criminals by Zimbabwe police in connection with three murder cases he allegedly committed in 2021.

H-Metro exclusively revealed back then that he was not arrested in relation to the murder charges but some “minor” charges he committed since his relocation to Ireland.

Irish police authorities were quoted in the Irish media confirming that a man, in his 30s, was arrested on suspicion of offences contrary to the Criminal Justice Theft and Fraud Offences Act 2001.

Dube had successfully changed his identity to Xolile Mtsali.

He fled Zimbabwe on the night of April 23, 2021, to South Africa after he fatally shot Shelton Chinhango, Gamuchirai Mudungwe and Nyaradzo Nharingo at Bensam Flats in central Gweru.

He also shot his second wife Nyasha Nharingo who, however, was luck to survive. His younger brother, Advance Dube and Justina Nomatter Chawana, Dube’s first wife, witnessed the incident.

They filed a police report in Gweru. 

Since that fateful night, Dube managed for two years to evade arrest by changing his identity and seeking asylum in Ireland.

It is believed Dube travelled to Eswatini where he obtained a new passport in October 2021.

The Zimbabwean authorities revealed they had notified Interpol through a Red Notice to force his arrest.

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