Masten had just escaped from a police cell where he was being held after admitting to killing 13 children in different parts of the country. He reportedly Sneaked out of the station after disguising himself as one of the petty offenders who had been arrested that night.
He then jumped into a lorry that was heading to Western Kenya. He was spotted on Friday morning by his football coach who immediately alerted other villagers. They traced him to a house where he was hiding.
The angry Mob extracted him before they started beating him with clubs and stones. However, just before he died, the villagers are said to have washed his bloody face to confirm that indeed it was him they were about to kill. They went ahead and finished off the job just before the police arrived.
The villagers washed off his bloodied face in order to be sure and to avoid killing the wrong person as it happened with the famous Kitengela cousins.
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