Customers at the Equity bank Digo road Mombasa were treated to free drama after a thug took refuge inside the premises after a botched robbery.
According to news reports, the rogue criminal had just robbed a lady of her handbag before the escape.
The agitated lady is said to have raised an alarm prompting the wild chase, however, the thug opted to seek a more safe place for his life.
Police officers at the bank were forced to control the Irate Crowd that was baying for blood outside.
Asking for reinforcement they managed to nabe the thug who was bundled into a waiting cruise.
Residents however complained that this is the current situation in the area where thugs have been robbing and even killing innocent Kenyans at their own peril.
They have vowed to take the law into their own hands if the authority doesn't act to curb the high crime rate in the area
Lately so many Kenyans have lost their belongings and some lives to these rogue criminals.
A majority of these criminals have been nabbed by detectives with some being gunned down during botched robberies.
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