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Female Police Aircraft Engineer Rescues Two Abducted Girls on Langata Road, DCI Says

The Directorate of Criminal Investigations has this afternoon revealed details of a kidnapping that happened in Nairobi's Muthurwa Estate.

Picture courtesy. Chief Inspector Justine Ouya.

Two girls aged three and four years had been lured by one 31-year-old Jackson Mutinda from their home with the promise of a free soda.

A Police Aircraft Engineer by the name of Justine Ouya, while walking home from work on Langata Road, came across the suspect with the two girls.

The police officers instinct told her that the three were not waking normally and this is when she decided to enquire from the man on who he was with the two kids.

Picture courtesy. Chief Inspector Justine Ouya.

Chief Inspector Justine Ouya, upon inquiry from the children established that the man was not their father and that their homes are in Muthurwa Estate.

The Chief Inspector quicky pounced on the culprit and restrained him while at the same time calling for backup from Wilson Airport.

The two girls' parents, identified as Judy Nyakio and Teresia Njeri were reunited with their parents who had been frantically searching for them.

The parents thanked the officer for her quick action amid tears of joy for the miraculous rescue of their young girls.

The suspect is currently cooling his heels at Langata Police Station as he awaits arraignment in a court of law for child trafficking.


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Directorate of Criminal Investigations Justine Ouya Langata Langata Road


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