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Mysterious Group Causes Panic in Salisbury: Police Launch Investigation
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Panic in Salisbury: Police investigate a mysterious group whose suspicious behavior has caused fear in the city. Can you help solve the mystery?
Police in the Mashonaland East province of Zimbabwe are launching an investigation into a mysterious incident in the capital city of Salisbury. The incident, which took place on Monday night, is still shrouded in mystery. According to reports, a group of people were seen in the city center, behaving in a suspicious manner. Witnesses say that the group, which consisted of a mix of men and women, were wearing dark clothes and had their faces covered. Police have not yet released any information about the incident, but it is believed that the group was involved in some kind of criminal activity. Local residents have reported hearing noises from the area, including screaming and shouting. The police have increased their presence in the area and are asking anyone with information about the incident to come forward. They have also warned people to be vigilant and to report any suspicious activity they may see. The incident has caused fear and uncertainty in the city, with many people concerned about their safety. It is not yet known what the group was doing or if anyone was hurt. Police are continuing their investigation, and are appealing for anyone with information to come forward. It is hoped that the mystery of the incident will soon be solved.
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Original title: Police Investigate something in Salisbury, Mashonaland East, Zimbabwe
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