Lately, the rate of Crime in Nairobi and it's environments has increased to a worrying trend with questions raised as to what could be happening in the society of late.Sadly, a huge number of kenyans have lost their lives and worst their belongings after some horrifying robberies.
Though their has been a dramatic scene in the City after four police officers were arrested a few minutes before stealing a huge amount of money from a business Tycoon
According to reports from a renowned source, the businessman was walking walking into his company after withdrawing Ksh 2 million from the bank along Mama Ngina street.
Before he reached to his company, he was attacked by fouren who claimed to be police officers
The officers arrested the businessman but never disclosed reasons for his arrest. According to reports, they drove away with him in a car to unknown place, One of the employee who witnessed the incident reported it to the police station
Detectives at The DCI headquarters acted quickly to the reports and intercepted the Vehicle at Muthaiga
Surprisingly, 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 by the police was later taken to Muthaiga Police station where investigation is still taking place
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