Two identified perpetrators are now facing the tough side of the Kenyan law after being nabbed trying to transport stolen Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) Materials.
Mbevi, was nabbed in the act loading the stolen Government resources while the truck driver attempted an unsuccessful escape but was immediately caught.
The railway gauge blocks is believed to have been heading to a lucrative metal market for sale and in turn earn the suspects easy profits.
Following reports from a credible source, the raid took place on Monday, 22 November causing delays on usual transportation services.
According to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), the successful arrest of the duo came after a member of the public spilled beans to the Railway officers, providing them with relevant details concerning the raid.
In addition the detectives have urged Kenyans to emulate the patriotic man who reported the law perpetrators.
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