The Directorate Of Criminal Investigations has finally released good news following the 4-year-old boy who went missing after being kidnapped. The news comes a few hours after the recovery of the child where the DCI promised to arrest the suspect in a very short time. The major suspect is reported to have been arrested at Nakuru town.
The man by the name Charles King’ori alias Delvin Maina, the suspect behind baby Liam’s kidnapping has finally been arrested. The suspect has been arrested a few minutes ago, following a dramatic chase in the streets of Naivasha town witnessed by members of the public. This came after he succefuly managed to escape before DCI visited the home to save the boy.
It's said that a few minutes after escaping the arrest by the police, he immediately rushed to a nearby salon to ensure his hair was braided to conceal identity. Unluckily, clever detectives pounced on him when he attempted to run away on a motorbike. It's through the members of the public that this mission became succeful.
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