Kenya has been fond of insecurity cases most probably in major towns and cities having issues of robbery with violence, car hijerking, motorcycles stealing among others.A number of cases concerning robbery and stealing have been reported at the police Occurrence Book in various police stations and the Director of Criminal Investigation is in the move searching for the suspected criminals.
Kenyans have raised alarm as photos of the allegedly wanted criminal leaks online.According to the recent report by the Kenya road traffic alert ma3route, the suspected criminal whise photo have been shared broke into an house located in Umoja Innercore 2 estate sector last week on Thursday at around 1am.The guy was caught on CCTV camera footage and the case was reported at police station.The police officers are in the move searching for the suspect.Keyans have raised alarm that anybody who might seen him should report immediately to the nearest police station.Kenyans are also advised to work closely with security officers in order to curb criminals.
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