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Crime has been on the rise in the country despite the ongoing political heat caused by post election results. On the recent case, that has hit the news headlines is that drama has been witnessed at Emali, after bodaboda operators track down two thieves who stole a GPS equipped motorcycle in Nairobi.
The incident which happened on Friday, has caused uproar all over the internet and in the area. In reference to Citizen TV Kenya, two thugs stole a motorcycle from the Nairobi Central Business District (CBD) and raced towards Emali.
However, the duo did not recognize the fact that the motorcycle was installed with a Global Positioning System (GPS) tracker that guided the owner to where the motorcycle was. It was when the thieves arrived at Emali when they where surrounded by bodaboda riders who had been communicated to about the theft.
The two where brutally beaten and where saved by police officers who arrested them awaiting arraignment in court.
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