A team of Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) unit is trailing a group of 3 thugs who robbed a senior police commander at 10 yesterday evening. The incident comes in the wake of increasing criminal activities that has hit the coastal town of Mombasa where several people have lost their lives and properties.
According to K24 digital news media platform, a police signal was dispatched after Urban sub county Police Commander George Kingi was assaulted by three armed men when he was approaching his official residence. He is said to have been coming from Urban Police Station when he was blocked by the rickshaw driver and as he got out of the car to inquire what was going on, he was accosted with a gun and pushed to the ground.
Reports indicate that he was frisked and his Jericho Pistol loaded with a maximum of 15 bullets, over a million shillings in cash and goods in the boot were stolen. Detectives are tracing leads that could unravel the men behind the robbery.
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