Police officers from the Nakuru Central Police Station have arrested two men who have been stealing motor vehicles from unsuspecting Kenyans.
According to a police report filed at Nakuru Police Station, officers made the arrest on Tuesday night after getting an intelligence report from an unnamed source.
"They are involved in the theft of M/vehicles Syndicate in Nakuru and elsewhere. Some assorted car parts and accessories were recovered inside their house," read the police report in part
Police stormed the suspects' house and managed to recover the number plate of the stolen M/v KCH 801G, 20 Disabled car tracking devices, Five ignition car keys, One car Sony radio, Four wheel cabs, Assorted wheel spanners, Four car marts, Assorted car wiring cables.
The suspects are now in police custody ahead of presenting them to court.
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