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Law enforcement officers face a myriad of challenges and obstacles but that thanks to their training, they are able to conduct their assigned duties diligently and efficiently.
Reknowed blogger Robert alai has pleaded with an unidentified man who is believed to have run away with a police rifle shortly after tricking them.
The incident happened at Kileleshwa police station where a group of officers nabbed a visibly inebriated driver whose judgement was highly distorted by alcohol.
After being handcuffed, he was put inside the same vehicle and a drive to the police station soon commenced. On the way the vehicle apparently broke down and the suspect pleaded with officers to uncuff him so that he could rectify the problem.
The suspect soon took off leaving the perplexed officers in shock. Inside the vehicle was an officer's firearm and a phone. Unfortunately, the vehicles plate number nor it's current wherebouts are still unknown. Alai is pleading with the suspect to surrender the rifle else he might be in big trouble later on.
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