Police investigating the murder of Kenyan-born Bahranian athlete Damaris Muthee Mutua,28, have revealed more information about her murder.
According to the police officer who visited the scene of the crime at a house in Lilies Estate, Iten said that Mutua's lover who had traveled from Ethiopia to visit her might have killed her several days ago and left her decomposing body.
According to Keiyo North police boss, Tom Makori, Ms.Mutua was found in the company of his lover before disappearing from the public.
It is alleged that the discovery of the decomposing body was found after the foreign lover called one of his friends who is an athlete and informed him of what he had done.
The athlete whose identity is yet to be revealed called the police who rushed to the house and found her body.
Neighbors leaving in the estate were shocked after seeing a team of sleuths within their estate as they had not seen or smelled any foul smell coming from the house.
The murderer is alleged to have escaped back to Ethiopia and police have launched a manhunt for the said lover.
Her death comes barely seven months after World Champion Agnes Tirop was also Mercilessly murdered by her lover.
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