Off late, The leading telecommunications company Safaricom has been encountering losses due to vandalism of their equipments by people. It was unlucky for one man Lenny who unfortunately caught red handed with the company's equipments worth millions of shillings.
He allegedly pretend to be one of the company's engineering minutes before being arrested. He managed to convince the guard who was guarding one of the transmitter stations in Muranga county and was let in. Reports indicate the Directorate of Criminal Investigation acted in good time and responded on time.
The suspect allegedly fled using his Suzuki and was chased by the Detectives. On sensing he couldn't run any more, he pulled over the car and surrendered. Among items recovered were expensive cables and other equipments estimated to be costing around two million shillings.
He is set to be arraigned in court tommorow morning to answer the charges. What are your thoughts on the swift move by detectives? Please share your thoughts on the comments section below. Be sure to follow me for such informative articles. Thanks for your time readers
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