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They are currently detained at Busasamana Police Station.
The Southern Region Police Spokesperson, Chief Superintendent Hubert Gashagaza, said that the quartet were caught red-handed ‘after breaking the door’ at BPR’s Kibirizi sub-branch,
located in the rural Kibirizi Sector, a few kilometres from Nyanza town.
A fifth suspect, who is believed to have been the local contact of the gang, who was on the run, was also arrested on Friday shortly before noon.
Police also recovered a Toyota Carina and other equipment, including a gas and oxygen bottles, a metal piece, carbide, gloves, matches and a plastic rope, that the suspects allegedly wanted to use to commit the robbery.
Preliminary investigations show that the raid had been planned for over three months.
But the police knew about it well before it was executed thanks to a tip off, CSP Gashagaza said.
Speaking from Busasamana Police Station, one of the suspects acknowledged having planned to burgle the bank but claimed that they changed their mind once they arrived.
Though he constantly changed his stance and the role he played in the hatching of the robbery plan, the 46-year-old shop owner and father of three living in Kicukiro, Kigali, who is also believed to be the head of the gang, asked for forgiveness from the community.
The man had spent around Rwf 200,000 purchasing the equipment and hiring the vehicle which transported the quartet from Kigali to Kibirizi, sources said.
Housebreaking, under article 302 of the penal code is punishable with a term of imprisonment of seven to ten years.