It was around 10.30 p.m when Mombasa Sub County commander George Kingi fell under the hands of robbers. As he was driving his private car, he came across a Tuktuk which had blocked the road. Barely did he know that the 'travellers' were hard criminals on a mission. The criminals forced the police boss out of his car, held him at gunpoint before backing orders to him to surrender the firearm.
After they got hold of the gun the police boss raised an alarm and a multiagency team responded quickly. They tried searching every corner of the crime scene but nothing could be found. The County Regional Police Commander Manaseh Musyoka has disclosed that the police are working round the clock to bring the perpetrators to book.
The government has also asked the members of the public to inform the police in case they get across the weapon. In the video, K24 TV video, the police have disclosed that they have allocated some goodies as a token of appreciation for anybody who lead to the retrieval of the dangerous firearm. If by chance you get any knowledge about a non_licensed firearm in the outskirts of Mombasa or neighbouring Counties reach the Mombasa Sub County Police Station.
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