A teacher suspected to be a livestock thief was on Tuesday evening lynched by charged mob.
In the failed robbery attempt, his accomplice successfully flee unhurt from the wrath of irate locals in Kibomet Estate.
The duo reportedly gained access into the homestead of Wycliffe Matangaro when the teacher was blocked and stoned to death.
"There was a commotion and when i peeped through the window, there was a youthful man jumping over my fence. This prompted me to raise alarm," Matangaro said.
The teacher admitted that he and his accomplice were plotting to steal a cow from Mr Wickliffe's compound. Mr Wickliffe told the press that this was the method the thieves use so that if cornered, people would think that they are suffering mentally.
It is after he admitted that the charged administered justice by pouncing on him with crude weapons.
His body was transferred to the hospital mortuary awaiting postmortem as police hunt for his accomplice who is still on the run.
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