Police are investigating the circumstances under which bodies of two security guards were found dumped behind the resort they were manning in Kiamuru area in Nyeri County.
Reports indicate that the bodies discovered deep cuts on their heads, hands and legs.
It is alleged that the two were murdered by suspected thugs identified as Mark Muthomi Munjami (Former Kenya Defence Force officer), Lilian Wairimu and George Githinji Maina.
The bodies of the two guards were found by Jeremiah Ndung'u, the owner of the resort , at the time he was opening his business.
It is alleged that the three robbers broke into the resort before they disappeared with electronic items and alcoholic drinks.
Preliminary investigations reveal that Wairimu, a former waitress at the resort, communicated with the CCTV technician several times before the unfortunate incident happened.
Further reports indicate that the three suspects had sent threat messages to the resort owner.
Ndung'u raised alarm and alerted the police who swiftly responded to his distress call. Upon arrival, they found the bodies of the victims lying in a pool of blood.
The bodies were taken to local morgue as investigations commence.
The residents, who were angered by the incident, blamed the police for not doing enough to provide security in the area. They asked police to intensify patrols as they investigate these incidents.
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