Two AK47 riffles and 13 rounds of ammunition were last night seized after a sprited fight between police officers and thugs who were purposing to steal in Ng'arua market. The General Service Unit Officers who were on night patrol sighted the criminals and engaged them in a fierce shootout and when the guns went silent, one of the bandits lay dead.
The raid at Kamwenje shopping centre in Ng'arua market left two shops broken into and goods of unknown value stolen. A few robbers were lucky to escape under the cover of darkness though with serious gunshot injuries. This has prompted the law officers to raid the local dispensaries and hospitals where they are believed to be receiving medical attention. Following that case DCI Kinoti has ordered every hospital to report any case of a patient with gunshot wounds to the relevant authorities. "Meanwhile should a hospital receive any patient seeking treatment over gunshot injuries, beside offering the necessary assistance kindly fichua kwa DCI", he posted.
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