Police officers are assigned a duty of providing security to all citizens in a country. According to their terms of service, they are required to mantain law and order in the country.
It's however annoying when we realized that some citizens are targeting police officers inorder to loot dangerous weapons like guns. After looting they use them inappropriately to fulfill their malicious interests.
People have been left wondering after armed Mombasa Urban Sub- county Police Commander George Kingi was robbed by two culprits aboard a tuk tuk on Monday, 20 September night.
Sources have informed that a pistol that was carried by police Commander Kingi was missing calling upon citizens to report any suspicious people. They have further assured a sounds reward to any person willing to share information concerning the incident.
" Anyone with information that can assist us to recover the gun to share the information in confidence and there is a reward for that," sources linked to police service has said.
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