The British Army is still in Shock after 2 military grade trucks belonging their battalion was stolen from the military base where they are kept by individuals posing as military. The exclusive information came after the British Army Unit decided to do an internal audit of all the military vehicles based at the camp.
According to K24 digital news media platform, detectives were informed of the theft of the vehicles after the army realized that out of the total number, some were missing despite having not been allowed to get out of the highly secured compound. The camp is used by both the Kenyan and British army jointly for military drills since both countries share a security bilateral agreement to exclusively use the Nanyuki base for training.
The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) have put all security agencies on high alert to be on the lookout for the stolen trucks which contain sophisticated weaponry. A team of detectives are interrogating army officials who are privy to transport logistics and movement of the highly secured trucks.
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