Detectives have recovered a crucial substance that was found in Betty Barasa'a clothes after she was killed. Betty was an editor at the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation KBC and was shot on Wednesday night by unknown thuga at her home. A spent cartridge was recovered by the investigators as the probe into the matter continues.
"A spent cartridge recovered from Betty’s clothes would be crucial in the investigations" Kajiado North Directorate of Criminal Investigations Officer (DCIO), Joseph Chesimet told the Standard.
Before she was shot dead, she was ordered to call her husband and children's ND them ked the things into her house where they ordered the family members to lay down. One of the thugs then escorted Betty to her bedroom leaving the other two at the living room watching the family. Betty husband Geoffrey Barasa said that they later heard some gunshots and Betty was shot twice on her head.
The suspects didn't steal.any money from the family and only took a laptop and two phones “We are baffled that the suspects did not steal any money from the family. So, there might be more to this burglary than what is already known. However, we will be guided by investigations, and not speculation,” said OCPD Mohammed.
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