Police in Limuru East Ward have reportedly recovered stolen goods hidden in an apartment. According to the sources, the police were able to track down the goods with the help of the locals.
Reportedly the suspects managed to escape just minutes after the police raided their home.
[Photo courtesy of the goods stolen]
Electronics, utensils, clothes, and shoes were found stocked in the suspects' house. It's believed that most of the goods that were stolen from people's houses were set to be sold as second-hand items.The police loaded the goods onto the Landover and took them to Limuru police station. If your item was stolen, you'll only require an OB number and proof of ownership. Currently, police have launched the investigation into the matter.
If you have any information that would lead to an arrest please report to the nearest police station.
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