A man has been arrested while in the process of abducting two toddlers aged 3 and 4.According to the DCI report, Jackson Mutinda, aged 31 lured the two girls promising to buy them some soda drinks.The two innocent angels followed the abductor from their home.He was walking along Lang'ata road holding the two girls by their hands and heading towards Karen direction to unknown destination.photo courtesy-Chief Inspector Justine Ouya at Work
A Chief Inspector Justine Ouya, an aircraft engineer at the National Police Service had just landed from troops resupply mission and was walking along Lang'ata road when she spotted the suspect.
"After observing him and the little girls briefly, her intuition as a police officer coupled by her motherly instincts led her to being suspicious.She immediately stopped the man and interrogated him.She also spoke to the minors and established that the man was not their father as he had Alleged, " The statement read.
The God-sent officer restrained the man and alerted other officers at Wilson Airport who responded immediately.The man was put in custody.He will be charged in a Court of Law for his heinous crime.
After a few hours, the parents to the two children were traced while desperately looking for their missing kids.They were overjoyed seeing their angels alive and healthy being at the safe hands of the police.Kenyans have also marvelled at the miraculous suspicion of the officer.
We congratulate the officer for her good work in saving the two children.Kindly share your views.
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