Erastus Kipsang, the man who is believed to have stolen a vehicle from a hospital in Eldama Ravine has been arrested. According to earlier reports, a vehicle with registration number (KAN 423T) was stolen at Eldama Ravine hospital whereby the suspected thief fled never to be seen again.
In another interesting turn of events, the suspected thief who has been identified as Erastus Kipsang has been nabbed after causing a serious accident. Reports by a local daily in Eldama Ravine indicates that the suspected thief was arrested after causing an accident at Duka Moja near Naiberi, Cheseret village, Eldoret in Uasin Gishu county.
Kipsang who is said to be a resident from Kericho County reportedly ran over a mother and her child with the stolen car leaving them critically injured. The mother and her child are currently receiving treatment at Moi teaching and Referral Hospital in Eldoret, Uasin Gishu county.
The suspect was apprehended by a person only identified as Alex and he is currently relaxing in police custody at Naiberi. He will probably be arraigned in court to answer charges pressed against him.
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