Police have nabbed four suspects linked to motorbikes theft and recovered seven motorbikes in Moyale town, Marsabit County.
The four suspects were caught ferying the stolen motorbikes in Moyale town, according to police reports.
Their arrest come only two days after officers stormed a garage in Eastleigh on Sunday and found 25 stolen motorbikes.
Maurice Nyangao, the chief executive officer of Hi-Line Motors Limited, which sells motorcycles, said they used trackers to get one of the stolen bikes.
“We relied on the tracking device installed on the motorcycle. At about one hour, the motorbike was traced in Kenol, Murang’a County, and it’s here that we knew the destination was northern Kenya. Police mount a roadblock at Isiolo and Nanyuki, and between Isiolo and Moyale,’’ said Nyangao.
The arrest took place at around 12am at Nanyuki.
The suspects are currently being locked up at Murang’a police station.
They will be set for placement in court once the police have completed their investigations.
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