Details emerging this afternoon reveals that, Police officers in Embu have arrested gangsters terrorizing the residents in the area. This has come after several cases of attacks have been reported and following police act on the matter it has bear some fruits as the gangster got arrested.
"Police in Embu arrest suspected gangsters terrorising residents." ~ Standard digital.
According to police reports, the security officers successful arrested the gangster who have been terrorizing residents in Mbeere North and other regions in Embu County and they have promised to continue with their mission till all the terrorist are brought to the books.
Further, among the terrorist arrested are, James Mwaniki who is 36 years old, Andrew Njeri who is 44 years and Charles Mwaniki who is 40 years old. Following this the police boss, have called upon the residents to work together with security officers and report and suspect to the nearest police station to help them end terrorism in the area.
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