The rising cases of insecurity have become a cause of worry to Kenyans. Murder incidences targeting specific people has also been on the rise.
Police in Kwale County are investigating an incident where a mutilated body of a middle-aged man was discovered in an abandoned car along Kibiboni-Kikoneni road.
According to the officers who visited the scene, the body, found in the backseat of the vehicle, had been stabbed several times on the chest and head.
Police suspect that the man may have been strangled or hit with a blunt object.
Preliminary investigations indicate the man was killed elsewhere and the body dumped in the area.
Residents found the car suspiciously parked along the road and on peeping inside noticed the body of the man.
They raised the alarm and officers from nearby police station came to the scene.
The family of the deceased is now demanding for answers over the killing of their kin.
They want Security agents in the area to intervene and ensure they get justice.
More than a dozen bodies have been found dumped in rivers, thickets, roads in the past year alone.
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