A police officer who was caught on CCTV allegedly stealing money from teachers during the KCSE exam has landed in trouble.
The incident is alleged to have occurred at Kimulot High School in the Konoin constituency on Monday when the officer sneaked into the room where female teachers who were invigilating the exams had kept their handbags.
The officer tiptoed into the room and started checking inside the bags before he was seen removing from the bags what looked like money and putting it into his side pocket before walking out of the room.
Nation reports that while the officer's colleagues from the police station he attached to did anything after the case was reported, a senior officer from the county has said they have dispatched detectives to the ground to investigate the matter.
“We have dispatched officers from the county headquarters to the ground to verify the information that is now in the public domain. We are trying to verify whether or not the incident occurred in the school so that appropriate action can be taken,” a senior police
The officer will be charged accordingly after investigations are completed.
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