The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) detectives over the weekend arrested robbery suspects targeting Bodaboda taxi operators. The operation which was done in Nairobi's suburbs of Joska estate led to the arrest of the ring leader who is a spare parts businessman in the city.
According to K24 digital news media platform, reports indicate that 2 other suspects and accomplices of the cartel were arrested with a motorbike fitted with a tracking gadget. The operation was led by the Nairobi DCIO after complaints were raised by victims of the gang after loosing their motor bikes to the killer criminals.
Detectives close to the investigations reveal that the motorcycles are stolen and sold as spares or illegally trafficked to the neighboring Ethiopia to be sold. The operation to track down the cartel is ongoing with detectives focusing on the financiers of the illegal trade.
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