Episodes of robbery the nation over have been on the ascent with the public authority being encouraged to mediate and stop the silly cases.
According to the reports we have, mob justice incidents have also increased, with 15 cases reported in Nairobi County alone in the past two weeks.
A thief who was attempting to steal a car was caught red-handed this morning, according to the reliable reports we have from Sikika Road Safety in Kahawa Sukari, which is located in Kiambu County.
According to the information we have from Kahawa Sukari, the thief was beaten by an angry crowd in the area.
When the thief attempted to steal the vehicle's components around 4 a.m. today, he was caught and brutally beaten by the quiet neighborhood's residents.
According to the information we have from Kahawa Sukari, the locals have tied him up with ropes and are waiting for the authorities to take him to the police station.
Given the rise in instances of theft throughout the country, Kenyans have been urged to exercise extra caution with their possessions.
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