Detectives are currently investigating an incident where a lady was abducted at a famous bus station in Kericho.
According to sources, Kericho county detectives are hunting down three men who violently robbed a 21-year-old lady at a PSV as she traveled home last night.
After running day-long errands at the green town, the young lady had at 9pm boarded a 7-seater black Toyota Wish at a stage opposite Kipchimatt Supermarket, bound for Chepseon area of Kericho.
Opting for the vehicle whose make is popular for transport in the county, the young woman found three male occupants, a driver and two others whom she believed were passengers like her.
However minutes into the said trip home the driver asked her to pay her fare when all hell broke loose.
One of the passengers grabbed her bag before she was mercilessly choked for minutes.
Reports indicate that the young thugs took all her money and phone before she was thrown out of the speeding Toyota Wish.
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