Two police reservists guarding Tumaini Primary School in Ol Moran area, Laikipia County, were shot and injured after bandits fired at them on last night.
The reservists have gunshot wounds. They have been evacuated to safety and are receiving treatment. The attackers escaped towards Laikipia Nature Conservancy,” County Commissioner Joseph Kanyiri said.
The manager said the fire trade was savage, noticing that a number of raiders could have been harmed in the episode. He said an unforeseen of cops has been sent to trail the aggressors.
On Wednesday, police recuperated 20 goats that had been taken from a similar region and in the process gave dead a presumed aggressor. They were taken from a residence on Tuesday at around 4pm prior to being crowded towards adjoining Baringo district.
An unforeseen of cops followed the suspects and a trade of fire resulted at around 1am on Wednesday.
"During the showdown, seven goats were harmed and one scoundrel was shot dead. We accept that there are a few scoundrels who got away with shot injuries," Mr Kanyiri said.
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