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A Thief Who Broke Into a Church and Stole Valuable Equipments Finally Unmasked

David Wanyonyi Simiyu, a church thief has been unmasked and the church forgave him for what he did while the congregates were down on their knees praying.

According to police reports, Simiyu went away with two video cameras worth Ksh1,000,000 together with their accessories from Presbyterian Church of East Africa, a city-based Church located in Zimmerman parish, the incident took place last Sunday as the believers and the pastors were busy praying.

After the service was over, the church management was met by a rude shock after realizing that some of the church utilities were missing. After a frantic effort proved futile, the church management notified the DCI about what had transpired prompting sleuths from Crime Research and Intelligence Bureau to take up the matter.

After conducting an investigation, the detectives found out that a recent convert from the church, who received salvation from the same church was the one behind the mysterious disappearance. The thief stole the equipment then sold them to unscrupulous dealers located in Nairobi Imenti business hub.

After research was conducted by had the DCI together in the mobile laboratory located in the heart of Nairobi Central business district it led them to the dealers who allegedly bought the equipment, the three namely Joshua Mulei, Douglas Karanja, and Stephen Thuo who are mostly known in trading stolen goods were unmasked, the two cameras that were previously stolen were recovered and the suspects are currently behind bars at Muthaiga police station.

A manhunt has been launched by the detectives to curb one David Wanyonyi who with currently at large. However, the church leader has confirmed that he has forgiven him for what he has done claiming that he is just a prodigal son and all will be well.

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DCI David Wanyonyi Simiyu Presbyterian Church of East Africa Simiyu Zimmerman


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