Suspected robbers broke into Juba International Airport over the weekend.
Suspected robbers broke into Juba International Airport over the weekend, leaving four offices vacant from the entrance and two more from the exits.
However, the culprits have yet to be located or captured.
The burglars stole laptops, pricey electrical devices, furniture, and other important stuff, according to a source who requested anonymity.
While Juba International Airport is one of South Sudan’s two international airports, Malakal Airport serves international and domestic airlines, cargo air traffic, and chartered commercial aircraft.
It is also utilized for aid flights by the South Sudan military and UN Humanitarian aviation services such as UNHAS, World Food Program, ICRC, and numerous NGOs.
According to one Juba-based media site, Brig Gen. Kur Kuol AJieu, Director-General of Juba International Airport, acknowledged the occurrence, adding that a police commission has been constituted to examine the matter.
He revealed that it happened on Friday and that the thieves broke into four offices, two in the arrival and two in the departure; the ones in the arrival were not in use, while the ones in the departure were.
He went on to say that they are waiting for the findings since the Police Committee is looking into the matter. Ajieu, on the other hand, made no mention of anything important that may have been taken.