It has brought to our attention that residents of lare, in Njoro sub county are suffering from theft. The residents have complained about this theft for a period of time now but in vain. They say this issue started a last year December where probox car have been used to steal sheep especially during the holiday. After the December holiday, everything returned to normal until early this month when this cars came back again this time taking their children, goats and sheep away.
"I took my sheep and goats to graze this morning. We normally tie them with ropes and as usual I did the same and left them to graze themselves. I went back to the house and after sometime I had a car. By the time I was going to check on the sheep the car drove off and I realised one of my sheep was missing. Many attempts to call people to help me were in vain since the car took off at a high speed." A resident narrates
And just the other week, a ten year old girl escaped narrowly after trying to be hijacked by the same probox car. The residents therefore call for help from any relevant authority to help them curb this problem.
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