Wonders shall never end and they say that the days of a thief are numbered. Today, residents of Langas in Eldoret were shocked after finding a thief who had stolen three car wheels moving around the whole night without being able to escape. From Kameme news today, the residents said that the suspect was not in a position to rescue himself after stealing those three car wheels.
The suspect is believed to have spend the whole night carrying those wheels without even rescuing himself. The wheels had stuck into the suspect until morning when he was discovered. This is happening few days after another young man who had stolen a TV and other equipments in langas Eldoret was attacked by bees until he returned those those things.
This is a clear indication that people have decided to take plan B when thiefs disturbs them especially residents of Eldoret. The suspect was arrested as investigation is being done by the police officers.
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