A family from Eldoret is currently searching for their daughter who allegedly went missing yesterday in the morning moments after being spotted with mysterious men.
Confirming this incident, a suspected relative to the missing girl Elvis Qy revealed that the victim who has been identified by Josphine Wangari disappeared mysteriously in Kapsoya village.
The girl who studies at GK secondary group of schools allegedly went missing after being spotted with a couple of unknown men who at first the family thought were her friends.
Due to this reason, the family and friends of the missing girl have pleaded with Kenyans who might know about the whereabouts of their daughter to report to the nearest police station.
They went ahead and said that the matter has already been reported to the police station who have already commenced with their investigations In search of the girl.
This is happening at the same time when the police have alerted Kenyans urging them to make sure they be on the look out for suspected kidnappers. According to the police boss,he revealed that it seems like there is a kidnapping syndicate which is currently abducting people for unknown reasons.
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