Two armed robbers were caught red-handed by CCTV cameras robbing a vehicle owner with a gun in Nairobi county.
In the video shared by a Facebook user identified as Jeff Kuria, a driver can be seen standing by the door of his car minutes before the robbery.
Two men run inside through the gate and go straight to the man as one of the thugs dressed in black can be seen holding a weapon believed to be a gun which he uses to threaten their victim.
Upon noticing the commotion, the watchman runs to close the gate but the thug dressed in black follows him and can be seen pointing his weapon at him.
The driver watches helplessly as thugs take away his belongings and flee from the scene leaving him traumatized.
This video comes in days after a section of Nairobi residents complained of the increase in insecurity cases.
However, the CS Interior Kithuri Kindiki has vowed to deal with the thugs terrorizing the innocent residents of Nairobi and other urban areas.
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