The public continues to be on high alert for the killer cop and police intensify their searches. A report has emerged about a possible fallout within the ranks after the police have failed to arrest Caroline Kangogo.
According to a local newspaper, Senior police officers are working round the clock to bring to a close the long-running murder investigation and put behind bars the alleged killer policewoman.
"A little bird whispers to us how a multi-agency team has come under heavy bashing from their bosses over the missing cop said to be targeting her former lovers." the newspaper wrote.
It is disturbing how the highly trained policewoman and a sharpshooter, has traversed Nairobi, Nakuru, Kisii and other counties under the nose of detectives. She has since killed two men. Other sources say dozens of male officers who dealt with the policewoman, on any matter are now living on the edge. They are fearful that they might be on her revenge list.
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