DCI has confirmed that five gangsters have been shot dead today afternoon, in a fierce shoot-out with detectives from the elite Special Service Unit (SSU). The bloodthirsty miscreants who were armed to the teeth were on a robbery mission to Kakamega, before they were gunned down.
According To DCI during the fight two firearms were recovered from the suspects including a mini ceska CZ75, loaded with 6 rounds of 9mm calibre. Also recovered were a Police pocket phone, a pair of blue Police shirts, a pair of navy blue Policetrousers, balaclavas, among other items. The bodies of the suspects were moved to Kakamega County Referral hospital, pending identification. DCI has everyone who have any information that would wish to share with the DCI anonymously to dial 0800 722 203.
DCI has assured citizens that they should not fear as security will be provided to those who will help them,let's help them so that we stop such kind of crime in the country.
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