PC Dorcas who was shot dead by her husband/Courtesy
Two police officers based in Trans Nzoia County have died over what is suspected to be marriage issues.
It has been reported that Police Constable Dorcas Chebet and Police Constable Andari were found dead after three gunshots were heard from their house located within Kiungani Police Station, Kiminini, Trans Nzoia
After she entered the house, three gunshots were heard from the house, forcing other officers at the station to rush to the scene to find out what had unfolded.
The officers were shocked when they saw the two lovers' bodies lying on the floor with blood oozing from their bodies.
It was established that PC Andari shot his wife before he turned the gun on himself.
The source further indicated that a quick scan on their phones indicated PC Andari had suspected that his wife was cheating on him with another man.
He allegedly tricked her that he had bought her a new phone and wanted her to pick it up, only for him to shoot her and then turn the gun on himself.
Their bodies were taken to a mortuary in Kitale town.
May their souls rest in peace.
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