Suspected serial killer Denis Kazungu is likely to face a community trial in the area where he allegedly robbed, assaulted, and killed women. According to Antoine Mutsinzi, Kicukiro District’s Executive Administrator (DEA), area residents made it clear to the authorities that they want the suspect tried from Gishikiri Village where he resided in a secluded house. VIDEO: How three women escaped death at the hands of Busanza ‘serial killer’ Kazungu The village is located in Busanza Cell in Kanombe Sector, Kicukiro District. “We have had an experience before where another suspected murderer was tried in the community in Kanombe Sector. I think we will ask for the same in Kazungu’s case. Community trials are something that is allowed in the law,” Mutsinzi told The New Times. ALSO READ: Unmasking Kazungu: Suspected serial killer is a former teacher Kazungu, 34, is suspected of having killed and buried several young women in his rented residence. Boniface Twahirwa, one of the village residents, said: “What we request as citizens is that he be brought before the citizens so that they question and accuse him in line with what they saw.” ALSO READ: Kicukiro: How alleged serial killer picked his victims Jean Bavugirije, another area resident, said: “If possible, they should bring him to the village meeting so that it is us who will condemn him because it is us that he betrayed. Can you imagine someone doing these atrocities within our area?” It is understood that the ongoing probe will include efforts to trace Kazungu's previous places of residence to determine whether he may have committed similar crimes elsewhere. Among the locations where he is believed to have lived is in Gasabo district, with sources indicating that he was once a tenant in an apartment in an area commonly known as Kwa Rwahama in the Kimironko neighbourhood of Kigali.