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Another bank heist as Armed robbers stormed the Prime Bank in Nakuru Making away with KSh 2.3M

Over the past few years, Kenya has experienced a couple of bank heist where armed robbers either storm the bank and steals money or some scale the wall to access the bank with extremes digging underground to get to their target. Just last year, a Local Bank along River Road felt victim of this after robbers stole money from the after digging beneath the bank.

Today, detectives in Nakuru county are on a manhunt for robbers who allegedly stormed and raided the Prime Bank branch in Nakuru city. According to the police report as reported by Tuko.co.ke, the suspects are said to have arrived at the premises at around 4pm with a homemade gun, hummers, knives and a panga and forced their way into the bank.Thugs drill into bank, steal millions in Kayole - YouTube

The robbers took hostage the staffs who were at the bank and locked them up and proceeded into raiding the bank mercylessly. Police report further indicated that the robbers managed to walk away with Ksh 2.3 million from the drawers.Wild video shows police fighting a bank heist in Kenya - Opera News

"CCTV footage showed that a KK security guard on duty, Tobias Juma, opened the main door of the bank for the robbers. After entering the banking hall, they then commandeered the members of staff to the toilets and locked them inside before they ransacked the drawers and stole KSh2.3 million," police said in the report.

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