Police officers play very key roles in the country such as maintaining law and order, confining suspected criminals and regulating traffic rules. The National Police Service Commission (NPSC) is a security organ that is under the leadership Inspector General Mr. Hillary Mutyambai.
Three suspected armed criminals who have been terrorizing citizens and robbing from them in Langas and Eldoret town were gunned down yesterday evening by the police officers.
The three robbers were shot dead at Kenyatta road I'm Eldoret town that is found in Uasin Gishu county when they had invaded a certain supermarket. Two suspects managed to escape and the police officers are hunting them to ensure they are arrested.
According to Mr. Ayub Gitonga the police commander Uasin Gishu county has confirmed the incident. Gitonga has confirmed that three armed robbers were gunned down and an AK 47 rifle with 23 bullets recovered. The three bodies have been taken to Moi Referral Hospital mortuary.
In conclusion, the source of this information is from a local radio station known as Radio Citizen and the news reporter is Fred Nge'tich. The news are of today 12/4/21 at 6:00 am.
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