A 28-year-old police officer who went missing found dead and his body dumped in a thicket in miritini, Mombasa County.
Corporal Francis Zaha's body was found by two bodaboda riders who were passing by the alleged thicket only to be moved by a fool smell emanating from the thicket.
The riders said that the officer's body had to stabbed wounds on the back and one of the legs missing.
The four men filed the report at Lamu police line before the four security officers who responded to the scene of crime moved the mutilated body to Lamu town hospital mortuary.
According to the police, Francis disapeared on July 25 from Lamu Police Station where he was attached. His AK-47 firearm was nowhere to be seen.
The motive of the incident is yet to be known.
The latest development comes only two days when a GSU instructor attached to Training College in Nairobi was found dead in a quarry.
Policehave launched investigations into the mysterious death of the slain officer.
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