Residents of Makutano in Embu County are still finding it hard to come to terms with an incident whereby two suspected thieves surrendered themselves to the authorities by themselves. This was after they were attacked by bees after committing a robbery.
According to the police reports, Lilian Waithera, the owner whose cow was stolen, said that she reported to the authorities that her cow had been stolen. Thereafter, she visited a witch doctor who gave her some medicine to apply in the cow shed where the cow was stolen from.
A few days after applying the medicine, the two men who stole Lilian's cow emerged. This was after they were attacked by bees. One of them had bees surrouded his arm and the other was in possession of the cow.
The native doctor was called and applied some medicine on the thieves and the bees went away. The suspects were escorted to the Makutano police station awaiting to be arraigned in court.
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