The directorate of criminal investigation (DCI) has taken to social media to narrate to kenyans the events surrounding the merciless gunning down of five heavily armed criminals that were eliminated by highly armed special service unit (SSU) detectives.
The DCI confirmed earlier reports that had indicated that the five-man gang had been dealt with ruthlessly after a robbery mission at a local retail shop that completely turned wrong in a matter of minutes.
The DCI has revealed the deady blunder that the criminals committed just moments before their killing.
According to a message on social media, the gangsters were ordered by the SSU detectives to stop their vehicle but then they started firing at the detectives indiscriminately. This prompted the police to act and sprayed them with countless bullets that left them fatally injured within seconds.
"The gangsters were flagged down at Makhokho but they defied the orders & resorted to shooting at the detectives indiscriminately.However, their feeble attack was no match to the detectives’ hail of gunfire that immobilized them within seconds, leaving all of them fatally injured," the DCI narrated.
Even though the DCI has managed to arrest such criminals in the past and taken them to court, those who resist Arrest or attempt to fire at detectives have often been gunned down on the spot.
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