Two more suspects who are both women have been arrested in connection with Shantel Nzambi kidnapping and murder,
Navity Mutindi Nthuku and Agnes Kasiva Nzioka were arrested in Athi river and Kitengela town respectvely raising the number of the suspects to be four.
Isinya sub county police boss has revealed that one of the women suspect, Navity Nthuku has been postively identified by Shantels freind as the main suspect.
"We laid strategies to serch for Shantel Nzembi who had been reported missing. We got information that there were people who were calling her mother for some ransom inorder to release her. While focusing on her rescue we got information that the body was discoverd somewhere" police boss Jeremiah Ndubai stated.
"We first arrested a suspect who was using a mobile phone that was used to demand the ransom, from there our relationship with the public helped us arrest the suspect who we commited to an identification parade and was postively identified by Shantels freinds as the one who took her" the police boss added.
According to police sources the main suspect used to operate an M pesa shop in the area where shantel family lived so she knew the place very well.
It is suspected that the main suspect lured the young girl to her kidnappers leading to her killing.
Two more suspects in connection to the girs death are Livingstone Makacha Otengo who is a bodaboda operator and Francis Mbuthia Mikuhu who were both arrested on Wensday.
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