“Another week, another CCTV camera records Bodaboda criminals in the act. What will be done to stop these thugs?" This is a twit from a man identified as Cyprian, Is Nyakundi on twitter after he posted a video of two bodaboda breaking into a a privately owned car that was park besides a residential building.Hh
From the video, a man in Black wearing a black cap, is trying to break into the saloon car. From the videos he can been seen pulling the door almost four times with a lot of energy with intentions of breaking into the vehicle.
When he sees that he cannot break the door, he turns to the side mirrors where he pulls them off puts into the his black bag.
In a well schemed theft, another man on motorcyle arrives, and the two can be seen leaving the scene after the damage.
The two men leaving the crime scene.
Unaware that their illegal activities were being captured by the CCTV the two are seen leaving the scene. The number plate of the motorcyle cannot be seen from the video.
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