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If seen, impound the vehicle, arrest occupants and inform police head of operation,” Police reports own bus missing

Uganda Police bus disappears while on duty in Kampala. (FILE PHOTO)

KAMPALA – Police has launched a manhunt for its bus that according to a memo in circulation went missing on Sunday night.

Police director of engineering and logistics, Godfrey Bangirana, says the bus was last seen Sunday at 1:00am along the northern bypass, but it has since gone missing as well as the driver who was in it.

“Be informed that Police Bus Reg No: UP 5484, Higar make, Police Blue (color) has gone missing. It was last seen on night of Sunday 23/12/2018 at around 0100 hours along the Northern Bypass, Kampala,” the memo reads in part.

A police memo to all commanders on the missing bus

According to Bangirana, the bus was being driven by a one Corporal Mwase, but his phones have since gone off and can’t be reached for days.

“The bus was being driven by Corporal Mwase but attempts to contact him have been futile. If seen impound vehicle, arrest occupants and inform police head operation room, “Bangirana said in a memo to all police commanders.

This website has learnt from reliable sources that Corporal Mwase took the bus from the police yard in Namanve without authorization as required by the Police transport guidelines.

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