The Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) today dealt a blow to child traffickers after a woman was nabbed with a stolen child. The incident of theft happened a few days ago at Soko Mjinga area in Kisii after the suspect snatched the little boy while he was outside their residence before escaping with him.
According to Tuko.co.ke digital news platform, Hassan Ismail was found in a house kilometers away from their home in a small town, Kehumbu. The suspect who was identified as Ruth Moraa was nabbed by the DCI officers while en-route to Chebilat in Kericho to sell the boy to a client who was willing to part with half a million to purchase the missing child.
Ruth Moraa was arrested and taken to Nyachwa Police station after the child's mother positively identified his child who was being looked after at the station. The mother to the missing child Zeinab Hussein says that she saw the suspect before her son disappeared on the fateful day.
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