Police gun, cap recovered from Entebbe murder scene

Police investigators have recovered a gun from Nambigirwa bridge, the scene of last evening’s murder that claimed the life of a Rwandan national and her driver.

According to the Entebbe District Police Commander (DPC) Baker Kawonawo, police detectives backed by flying squad and Joint Anti-terrorism squad recovered an AK-47 riffle No.UG POL56-3100699022697 with 27 rounds of live ammunition.

“One Counter Terrorism Uganda police cap and a magazine porch was recovered from motor vehicle registration number UAW 534B Prado TX black in colour at the scene,” the police said in a statement.

The car was found well parked on the roadside at Nambigrwa bridge along Entebbe Expressway while the engine was still hidroling with lights on while facing the direction of Mpala.

The co-driver’s door was open with the body of Joshua Nteyireho Ruhegyera laying in a pool of blood.

He had a bullet wound on the head, and holding a gun in his left hand.

The second body of Florence Maya Kamukazi was found in seating position in the hind-left seat with a bullet wound on the head .

The police also recovered from the scene three empty cartridges, Ruhegyera’s national ID and driving permit.

Inside the car, police found a a piece of paper bearing particulars of a one Detective Sergeant Mutesi No.32693 and two mobile phones.