The Namibian Police Force have arrested two suspects in connection with the armed robbery at Avis Dam that led to the brutal killing of prominent businessman, 52-year-old Danielle Ferrari, in July this year.NamPol’s spokesperson Deputy Commissioner Kauna Shikwambi said in a media statement that NamPol’s Serious Crime Sub-Division made a breakthrough on 24 November in collaboration with the Special Branch members, and have arrested two Namibian males aged 33 and 32 years old, both residents of Havana. She said the police also discovered items such as a watch, a wallet, and a belt which were robbed from the deceased and have established that the two suspects are also linked to another armed robbery case which occurred four days prior to the robbery and death of Ferrari.