DCI detectives in Kitengela are currently on the trail of a notorious gang that violently robbed two businesswomen in a dramatic manner.
According to a police statement, the thugs, armed with rungus and pangas, raided Jane Njeri's house and ordered her and her son to lie down. They slapped the son with a panga and then tied him together with his mother using ropes.
The four thugs took away Ksh16,000, three mobile phones, and a gas cylinder among other valuables.
It is alleged that the gang stole assorted shopping goods worth Ksh6,000 and transferred Ksh10,000 from her phone.
The thugs then ordered Njeri to call her fellow businesswoman at the Kitengela Township.
The gang then proceeded to Beatrice Wanjiru's house where they robbed her two gas cylinders, TV, Duvets, and window curtains.
They then stuffed the stolen items into Wanjirus's vehicle and sped off to an unknown destination.
A manhunt for the criminals has been heightened, with detectives burning the midnight candle to ensure the assailants are brought to book.
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