Motor vehicle spare parts is a thriving business in the country but most times, getting genuine parts is a problem. This is because there is a syndicate that is involved in robbing motorists around Nakuru as well as Nairobi Counties.
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Today, acting on intelligence from members of the public, police have taken into custody two dealers in stolen parts. The two men, Identified as 27-year-old John Kimani Waweru and his counterpart, 35-year-old Samuel Kamau Nyambura were arrested in Nakuru County.
In their possession were found the following stolen spare parts:
- Twenty disabled car tracking devices
- 4 wheel caps.
- Car mats.
- Car wiring cables.
- Different wheel spanners.
- A car Sony radio.
- Different ignition car keys.
- Stolen number plates.
The Nakuru Central Police Station is asking anyone who might have lost something to make a visit to the station and see if they can identify their stolen item.
Victor Opill: Can you improve on your camera kindly? Am struggling to zoom some of those items to see if I can identify anny items belonging to my recently stolen car but can't see a thing.
Ellam Muhando: "Acha nikuje niangalie kama taa za nyuma ya cab yangu iko hapo."
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