Theft of motorbikes in Kasarani has been on the rise recently. A brand new Bajaj boxer bike costs as little as ksh 150,000 but the customized ones with high fuel capacity and hose power range as much as ksh 400,000.
Criminals steal bikes and sell them to a black market trader for as low as ksh 50,000. This money is enough to cater for the basics needs.Even then such criminal acts should not be tolerated.
Via a facebook page, a user shared the details of how one individual was injured and his bike stolen by 3 unknown individuals. The bike as seen in the image seems to be a Bajaj boxer with a plate registration of Kmex 467 pimped with red colors. The incident is said to take place at around 3 am in the morning.
Many users sympathized with the driver. Here are the reactions :
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Motorists should exercise caution especially those working in the early morning hours or late hours in the evening.
The user also provided mobile phone numbers to be reached should the bike be reported anywhere.
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