The killer cop who was on the run for a good number of days Caroline Kangogo has drawn mixed reactions after she committed suicide.
The outspoken Criminal lawyer Cliff Ombetta has refuted claims that Kagongo killed herself at her parents homestead in Iten.
"Evidence shows that she was brought there and left to bleed" claimed Ombeta on his Twitter page.
Some few Kenyans on the internet agreed with Ombeta's sentiments with some pleading with the Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) to do a proper investigations.
There has not been any other information from Kagongo's family members apart from the confirmation that she was found dead in a bathroom at her fathers homestead.
The officer who has been on the run for allegedly killing two police officers in Nakuru and Juja was wanted by the government to face murder charges.
The Rift Valley police commander George Natembeya has promised to shade more light concerning Kangogo's disappearance since it is a case of public interest.
There has not been any report from Nakuru central police station where she used to work however we shall keep on following this developing story for more updates, stay tuned in.
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