According to a Twitter post by Ma3route Kenya, members of the public using Juja Road are urged to be on the watch and remain careful as phone snatchers are around.
"Guys using Juja Road, be careful this morning, people are snatching phones from passengers." The twitter post by Ma3route Kenya, read in part.
The latest development came few days as Nairobi County security agents are now combing every parts of Nairobi city to fight off the rising cases of insecurity and criminal activities, that has now taken over the city more in the slums.
Motorists, passengers and members of the public are again urged to be careful especially when Christmas holidays is now fast approaching.
"We wish to advise our city dwellers to be careful and take their lives seriously more so during time when the Christmas holidays is now coming with speed," said a source privy to the incident.
The latest development came barely two days when a dozen of phone snatchers were arrested and 25 stolen devices seized in heightened operation in Kiambu County.
Police said the suspects were arrested hiding inside a rented mabati house in Thika town on Tuesday morning.
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