The wife of jailed killer cop, Jaison Muvevi, has broken her silence and apologised to families of victims who died at her husband’s hands.
Muvevi has been making headlines ever since he fatally shot three people and severely injured one in Hwedza, last week.
Speaking to Sly Media TV, Mai Muvevi said she never suspected that her husband was capable of killing, as he had always been sweet from the time they met in Gweru, back in 2016.
Watch her interview below;
They share two children together, ages three and one.
Meanwhile, the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has linked six more murders that happened in and around Harare and Chitungwiza over the past three years to former police detective Jaison Muvevi.
According to The Sunday Mail, sources revealed that the weapon Muvevi used to fatally shoot Nyarai Round in Eastlea on November 19 may be linked to six other murders dating back to 2020.
Bullet casings obtained from the respective crime scenes as evidence have since been sent for forensic ballistic analysis to ascertain whether they were discharged from Muvevi’s firearm.
Speaking on the development, national police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi said;
“We are looking at the possibility that Muvevi could have committed other cases using his firearm,” said Asst Comm Nyathi.
“Right now, we are in the process of verifying with the ballistic analysis.
“Remember, through the ballistic analysis, we managed to link him to the murder which happened on November 19 last year. We are certainly looking at that possibility.”
Police, he said, would give an update once the ballistic analysis has been completed.
However, a senior police source privy to the case said there could be a breakthrough in as many as six other unresolved homicide cases.
“Evidence on the ground has linked him to a number of murders in Harare and Chitungwiza,” said the source.
“There are traces of evidence showing that some murder cases were committed using the same firearm that was used on the Hwedza victims . . .
“At the moment, I can’t reveal the cases we are looking at because that can jeopardise investigations . . . We are waiting for ballistic evidence on several cases we suspect him of.”