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The Identity Of The Man Who Stole The Church Equipment Has Now Been Revealed

A church thief named David Wanyonyi Simiyu has been identified, and the church has forgiven him for what he did while the congregation was kneeling in prayer.

According to police sources, Simiyu stole two video cameras valued at Ksh1,000,000, as well as their accessories, from the Presbyterian Church of East Africa, a city-based church in Zimmerman parish, where the incident occurred last Sunday when the believers and pastors were engaged in praying.

After the ceremony, the church's management was taken aback when they discovered that some of the church's utilities had gone missing. After an unsuccessful attempt, the church management informed the DCI of the incident, prompting sleuths from the Crime Research and Intelligence Bureau to investigate.

Following an inquiry, the investigators discovered that the inexplicable disappearance was caused by a recent convert from the church who gained salvation from the same church. The equipment was stolen and sold to unscrupulous sellers in Nairobi's Imenti business district.

The three suspects, Joshua Mulei, Douglas Karanja, and Stephen Thuo, who are mostly known for trading stolen goods, were unmasked after research was conducted by the DCI in the mobile laboratory located in the heart of Nairobi's central business district. The two cameras that were previously stolen were recovered, and the suspects are currently behind bars at Muthaiga police station.

Detectives have initiated a manhunt to apprehend David Wanyonyi, who is now on the run. The church leader, on the other hand, has verified that he has forgiven him for his actions, claiming that he is simply a wayward son and that everything would be fine.

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Crime Research and Intelligence Bureau DCI David Wanyonyi Simiyu Presbyterian Church of East Africa Zimmerman


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