One suspect died on spot after General service unit (GSU) and suspected thugs exchange fire yesterday night at Laikipia Ngarua .
According to the police the suspects broke into shops at Kamwenje shopping center making away with properties of unknown values .
Suspects refused to surrender forcing Police to open fire killing one as several others vanished in to darkness with wounds ,they are still being followed.
During the incident 13 AK-47 riffles and 13 round of ammunition were recovered .
"A few other suspects who were lucky to escape our officers are high alert checking on health facilities checking on possible areas where the wounded thugs could be nursing their injuries ",Said the police officers .
GSU officers received accolades by the business community for they swift response to the incident ,had it not for the police many were going to loose millions of they properties .
Members of the public with the area have been urged to cooperate with the police in oder to ensure the suspects are brought to book .
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