Nairobi based undercover cops have warned Kenyans, particularly ladies, against falling into a new trap that has emerged in town.
The cops are saying there a new crime in town, where suspects are targeting mostly ladies before stealing from them and even taking advantage of them.
How the bait trap is set
According to the cops, criminals are using private cars to execute their criminal activities. They are allegedly parking close to bus stages and prey on traveling and unsuspecting Kenyans.
After knowing where you are traveling to, they will decide to offer your transport at a cheaper fare as compared to most PSVs.
They could also promise a more comfortable travel if not a cheaper one
However, the suspects are allegedly taking their targets to different locations before stealing from them. Apart from stealing from victims, they are also taking advantage of the women by doing the unthinkable to them.
They are also forcing their prey to empty their bank accounts before letting them free.
Others are allegedly kidnaping their targets and demanding huge amount of money from relative.
Kenyans are now being asked to use PSVs when traveling and avoid accepting lefts from strangers.
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