Kenyan security forces are very serious when it comes to crimes. Incidents of people concealing and transporting firearms have been on the rise. Recently, a multi-agency security task force was dispatched to Laikipia region where insecurity levels had soared.
According to reports, bandits who were heavily armed went on a livestock stealing spree while severely destroying properties of locals. It is unclear the channels through which they used to obtain their firearms.
And now, security officers have nabbed two suspects who were found in possession of firearms, several rounds of ammunition, unregistered motorcycles, and cannabis. The DCI officers laid a carefully crafted tactic by abruptly ambushing the suspects at the crack of down.
By doing this, they were 100% sure they will catch them unaware and bring them to the law. Detectives based at Garbatulla are currently interrogating the suspects - Abdi Guyo (35) and Amina Mohamed (30).
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