End Of The Road For Notorious Fraudster Robbing Ladies After Setting Up Dates With Them
By Bowlingforsoup | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 15 views
The ever dependable and highly trained DCI detectives have once again lived to expectations by capturing a notorious conman identified as Afred.
The suspect is said to have swindled his victim a lady by the name of Joyce Mbalo whom she met via a dating site know as badoo dating site. The suspect is said to have robbed the woman ksh 25,000 and other expensive valuables.
After dating for few days they met at a petrol station in Marurui where they proceeded to Kahawa but on the way the suspect turned against her robbing her.
The suspect was later traced by the highly trained kenyan detectives and it was established that he was from Sierra Leone without accredited documentations. He was incarcerated at the industrial area remand prison waiting completion of investigation before he is charged for a myriad of offences including obtaining money by false pretence and being in the country illegally.
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