On Saturday night, two alleged thugs were shot dead in a botched robbery incident at the Spring Valley Estate in Trans-Nzoia, and were found with blunt weapons. The two were part of a gang that assaulted and robbed locals when an alarm was raised, alerting police to act promptly. Police claim the some stolen property was seized from the slain men, too. This has risen to five, with the number of suspects killed in Kitale alone last month. 2 others were killed in botched robberies in shauri moyo, and another one in Lessos kwa wa mama. The bodies were transferred to the mortuary at Kitale Referral Hospital.
DCI Detectives said they have expanded police patrols to cover multiple types of crime in the growling town and its surroundings. in a couple of days that have passed, a family was assaulted and robbed of house hold objects and other valuables in the Milimani Estate. The family was in distraught after the incident since one of the robbers was armed with a pistol. A search for the men who were behind the incident is ongoing. Incidents on home burglary are on the rise in the country amid concerns form the public due to the current state of the country – COVID-19.
Stay safe Kenyans.
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