Recently there has been reports of a bank robbery that happened in Prime Bank Nakuru branch. The bank robbery which led to the looting of Ksh 2.3 million, led to sleuths initiating investigations into the criminal incident. However police have recovered certain items from the scene of the robbery.
According to the Star, Prime Bank had reported a robbery incident that happened last week, and according to authorities, the incident had happened when a security officer employed by the bank working under KK security opened the doors for the thugs who held hostage the employees before stealing money amounting Ksh 2.3 million and fled from the scene.
The police have since found a couple of items from the scene, a homemade gun, Huawei mobile phone, a hammer and Ksh 1000 note. Detectives have since nubbed Tobias Juma the KK security guard who opened for the five robbers. However authorities suspect that it could be an inside job.
The lender of Prime bank has since assured the account holders to be at ease since they have tightened their security system.
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