A team of DCI detectives have joined a team of other security agencies to try and unravel the shocking puzzle of military vehicles disappearing from the military training base.
The Standard reports that it was discovered the two vehicles were missing late last week during an unannounced audit.
Police quickly launched investigations after the matter was reported at the Nanyuki Police Station.
The publication reports plain-clothe officers have been camping in the region with hopes of unravelling the puzzle.
"We are working hard to get the information behind the syndicate behind the disappearance of the vehicles," said one of the policemen as reported by the Standard
However, Batuk Spokesperson Daniel Johnson was not revealing more detail over the matter besides saying it is a matter which is under investigations
“The theft of two vehicles from the Batuk is under investigation," he said.
A senior security official in Laikipia County who asked to remain anonymous said the DCI team is already on the ground, adding that they are working with Batuk team
“We are working with the Batuk team to help unravel the mystery,” he said.
It is not clear when the vehicles were stolen.
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