The man who has been arrested by the police in a probe into the shooting and killing of a female National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) employee on Kaunda Street, Nairobi, The suspect has been released today, February 22 2023, for lack of enough evidence to prove he is the killer.
The man who owns a licence gun with 15 bullets was tested, and the results came out negative since they didn't match the ammunition found in the victim.
The detective threw back the case to the normal center, aiming to find the suspect who triggered the bullet that killed Lilian Waithera Gathenya, a woman of 46 years old, as she walked home after a day’s work.
The suspect who was arrested claimed he carried his gun but never fired it that day. According to the DCI report on how the bullet was fired it went into elevated angle and went into the body through the collar borne before stopping in the lungs.
Blood was oozing from his mouth after she collapsed, seeking help. She told those who were walking with her that something had hit her. The case has been dismissed, and the police have returned to the field again for more investigation.
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