The hunt for 14 prisoners who made a daring escaped from Nanyuki maximum prison on friday night 24 September has began with an intervention of special unit which consist of police from Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) and the Critical Infrastructure Protection Unit (CIPU).
Officers from a close by station heard shots exuding from the Nanyuki prison and reacted quickly prompting the recover of eight prisoners.
The officers on Saturday, September 25 were all the while looking for six other people who are still on the loose.
A report by the police likewise demonstrates that a portion of the prisoners who got away had been sentenced for homicide and others were spending time in jail for theft with savagery.
As indicated by police officers, the prisoners slice through the entryways utilizing a hacksaw prior to hopping over the border divider.
"They set up that 14 prisoners accused of capital offenses had gotten away from the said prison," it proceeded.
This comes scarcely two months after eight prisoners disappeared after they arranged a trying getaway from Vihiga Prison on the morning of Friday, July 23, 2021.
A police report showed that an aggregate of nine prisoners got away from prison in the early morning occurrence during the morning meal period.
One of the officers who were on the job uncovered that he was sandwiched against a divider while he had gone to open the cell involved by the prisoners.
The police mounted a hunt and figured out how to re-capture one of the suspects, Maurice Taabu.
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