Dramatic scene was witnessed in Nairobi after four police officers were arrested minutes Before stealing huge amount of money from a business tycoon.
According to reports, a Nairobi businessman is was walking into his company after withdrawing 2 million shillings from Absa bank along Mama Ngina street. Few meters to his company he was confronted by four men who introduced themselves as police officers.
The officers didn't disclose the reasons for arresting him. Reports indicated that they drove away with him in a saloon car to unknown location. One of the Tycoon's employee reported the incident after witnessing it.
Detectives based at the DCI headquarters acted quickly and intercepted the vehicle at Muthaiga. Four officers were arrested, two were from Kasarani police station, one from UN offices and the other from Juja. A pistol was also recovered from them.
The vehicle that was used was taken to Muthaigq police station as investigation is ongoing.
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