It was a dramatic scene in Kibarani Village, Kilifi County as residents turned out in large numbers to combat theft by burning thieves who were caught red handed stealing foodstuffs from a shop in the same village. The shopkeeper who shouted for help is said to have been invaded by the thieves cutting him severally in his head. The shopkeeper, Ahmed Nasir, is said to have raised an alarm and attracted attention of neighbours and other residents of Kibarani.
This incident took place On Sunday at exactly 2. 00am in the morning. Ahmed Nasir, is said to have collapsed and died after raising an alarm. Residents who came out in large numbers are said to have nabbed the thieves red handed while trying to escape. In the response to save the shopkeeper, Ahmed, they took him to hospital where he collapsed and died while on their way to hospital.
As soon as residents received information that Ahmed had died, they started beating up the thieves carelessly rendering them sterile. The police who were called by the area assistant chief said that the residents did a wrong thing as they took laws in their hands. At the moment, the bodies of the 3 men have been taken to Kilifi District Hospital Mortuary. As soon as residents received information that Ahmed had died, they started beating up the thieves carelessly rendering them sterile. The police who were called by the area assistant chief said that the residents did a wrong thing as they took laws in their hands. At the moment, the bodies of the 3 men have been taken to Kilifi District Hospital Mortuary.
It was also said that post mortem will be carried out on Ahmed' s body t ascertain the cause of his death. The thieves identities have not been revealed yet.
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