Two more suspects belonging to the dreaded Mbogi la Izram Territory gang, were carefully nabbed by vigilant Kakamega Police in a successful operation. In the ongoing crackdown against thugs, police officers across the country work tirelessly to ensure safety to the members of the public.
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Yesterday, Kakamega Police nabbed two members of the respective notorious gang. Omar Juma, 35 years-old and 21 years-old Clinton Emonye, criss-crossed the long arm of the law yesterday evening. The bust went down at Kakamega town near Julika Petrol station.
According to police, the two were armed and were getting ready to pounce on unsuspecting members of the public. The officers recovered weapons from the notorious duo. They were found with; metal cutters and sharp metal rod.
The two suspects took the officers to their rental house Kakoi corner near Kabras Market. The police recovered electronics and household goods they believe to have been stolen. The two are currently in police custody at Kakamega police station awaiting legal procedure.
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