According to news just in, a decomposing Body of a middle-aged lady has been recovered at the famous river Chania in Thika.
According to sources, the body was spotted near the Chania Bridge that connects Thika to Murang'a county.
Police officers who were called to the scene collected the remains which are being held at the thika general Kago mortuary awaiting autopsy and identification.
Panic has however grazed the region with questions raised as to what could be happening at the said spot.
Barely two months ago two bodies, badly mutilated were recovered from the said river by the area police.
Its still remains a mystery as to who could be Killing innocent kenyans and throwing their bodies into the river.
Lately, cases of people mysteriously disappearing have been on the rise with a majority of these cases still being unsolved to date.
Hundreds of kenyans can't trace down their loved ones who mysteriously disappeared.
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