After successfully breaking into their house at around 3.00am, he knocked out the woman, tied her to the bed she slept on and raped her. Done, he turned to her 10-year-old daughter and did the same. At around 6.00am, the corky burglar causally walked out of the house with the womans mobile phone and sh15,000, according to the statement recorded at police. After an intensive search, police has since netted Robert Niyonzima, aged 24 as the main suspect of the early week agonizing incident. The victims live in a single-roomed house in Kabiri, Makindye suburb. Identified as a casual labourer (porter) at a building next to the victim's home, the accused remains detained at Katwe police station. The defiled girl whose identity was withheld is in bad shape at Mulago hospital where she admitted following the incident, Katwe police boss Richard Ecega revealed. According to the woman's written statement to police she felt ashamed and failed to disclose the incident to her neighbours but what prompted her to reach police was the worsening condition of her daughter. Alcohol influence According to his recorded statement at Katwe police, Niyonzima confessed to the accusations but blamed it on the influence of alcohol," Ecega said. The offender claimed he left a nearby drinking spot and decided to head to the victims home since they lived in the same village. "We are to take Niyonzima for an HIV test on Friday [today] at the national referral hospital in Mulago before forwarding his file to court," Ecega said. The police official added that Niyonzima is being held on four charges of burglary, theft, defilement and rape as investigations are still ongoing.