The directorate of criminal investigation department has today reported that detectives based in Kapenguria have launched forensic investigations of murder charges against a suspect who killed his girlfriend and surrendered to their offices.
The suspect was identified as Nelson Baraza popularly known as "tupa tupa" requested to see the DCIO over a matter that he wanted to report.He later told the officers that he had murdered his girlfriend and that there was no need for the officers to start looking for her.
The suspect requested the officers to accompanied him as he led the officers to the scene where he had committed the offense and left the body.
The suspect is said to have confidence in his claims.Upon their arrival at Kamatira hills,ten killometres away from the police station,the officers found the body of twenty years old Egla Chepkorir.
The suspect is under police suspect pending further investigations.Members of the public are urged to render any useful information that would help detectives to get to the root of the incident.
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