Dramatic scenes have been witnessed in kangundo after three goons were busted taking advantage of a lonely lady. According to the source, the three criminals approached the young lady by the motorbike and snatched her,her handbag and started to drive off the scene. The irate witnesses who were in the area could not bear seeing these thugs get away with it just easily like that after that violent robbery.
They then moved with fast action and blocked the way for them. The thieves were then handled by the mob but unluckily the two of the thugs managed to escape.
The unlucky criminal was then beaten mercilessly by the mob where he suffered serious injuries and could not get to the hospital for medical check up. He just died on the spot.The mob then put on fire the motorbike these thugs were using for their robbery.
The body of the deceased criminal has been varied to mortuary for preservation.
It's high time youths need to understand that thuggery does not pay.
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