Robbery in Kenya has increased to great numbers with new cases being reported daily.Nairobi estates are leading in crime with some youth using robbery with violence to steal. Some thugs own guns which they use to harass people to get what they want. To curb this habit police department started a undercover unit who are known as 'Hessy' who warn thieves before smoking them out.
The undercover police officers started a Facebook page known as Nairobi crime free which netizens use to report dangerous areas. On Wednesday one of the undercovers revealed how one of the thieves torturing people in doholm was caught by mob and given a serious beating.The guy who used his motorbike to snatch phones from pedestrians was spotted snatching a phone in jam by onlookers who cornered him.
The guy was given a serious beating by the residents before the police rescued him taking him to the police station has investigations are ongoing.The police officers have warned such culprits urging thugs to reform and work for a living. The undercover officers have said the will hunt those who refuse to reform and discipline them.
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