For the past few weeks heavily armed bandits have been giving Laikipia residents sleepless nights.
A huge number of locals havw vacated all in fear of impending night attacks by these killers.
Sadly a number of locals and police officers have been killed during dead robberies stagedby these bandits.
Cattle rusting has been a menace to locals in pastoralists communities. In coordination with the local population, the Multi-Agency security teams were able to react promptly to a stock theft incident in Ntimnariwo Sub-Location at the border of Laikipia and Samburu County on the evening of 12th October 2021.
One armed bandit was killed and an M16 rifle Serial No. 5634703 with 25 rounds of 5.56x45mm caliber and all the heads of cattle previously stolen from the village recovered.
Community Policing has given locals an avenue to participate in security decisions affecting their neighborhoods. As they continue to share information with us, we urge them to support efforts by the Multi-Agency Security teams and report suspicious persons within their neighborhoods.
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