A millionaire businesswoman's body was found in a sack, and the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) has identified her killer. A gunny bag containing her body parts was discovered in the Tigoni area a day after she had visited her multi-million dollar project. The body showed signs of torture.
Kabete detectives allegedly received a signal from the deceased's phone weeks after her body was found, and after conducting an operation to trace the location of the owner, they learned that their family driver had been with her at the time of her disappearance. This information was reported on The Standard Digital news platform. With the driver identified as the mastermind of the brutal murder, police have made a breakthrough after obtaining phone records and mobile cash transactions.
According to reports, 45-year-old suspect David Mbugua stole thousands of dollars from the victim's bank account while her grieving relatives searched fruitlessly for her.
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