A ring of suspects operating between Central Rift region and mainly from Nakuru, Gilgil and Nyahuruhuru were earlier today nabbed in a sting operation mounted by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) flanked by the Special Crime Unit. The incident which involved an attempted robbery happened at the busy Nyahuruhuru town Equity Bank branch situated at the Central business district.
According to The People Daily digital news platform, the four suspects who were arrested are said to have tried to block a business lady who had withdrawn over 1.3 million from a local bank. Reports indicate that the suspects who were trailing the victim in an attempt to rob her the huge amount before a car chase ensued.
The victim is reported to have managed to outwit the robbers before making a distress call to the police who ambushed the vehicle while in pursuit, managing to arrest the culprits who were in possession of several crude weapons. They are being held by the police for interrogation.
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