Trined Kenya police team from Kawangware are investigating an incident where a Laptop dealer almost lost his life . This is after a deadly confrontation with armed robbers moments after visiting a customer.
Policemen responding to the scene informed reporters that the victim sustained cuts on his arms and stomach. This wounds where inflicted on the man by the gang of two men riding on a motorbike. After which he raised an alarm and the two men fled the scene taking with them his backpack containing two other laptops.
Officers acting on intelligence have been able to arrest one suspect in connection to the attack following a top of by members of the public at Kawangware.
While one suspect is still at large citizen have been urged to stay vigilant.
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