Kakamega residents left in shock after a serious criminal managed to ran away from a police station and disappeared never to be seen again.
An alarm has been raised concerning the serial thug that managed to jump over a wall of a police station and ran away.
The incident took place on Sunday and up to now the man has not been found and his whereabouts are yet to be established.
The residents have been informed ro be on the look and report to the police if they come acrosa him.
The suspect however watched over police officers and when he found out that police were not very keen on him, he jumped over the fence and ran away through a maize plantation never to be seen again.
The said Criminal has been stealing from local residents in Lugari, Kakamega county. He could beat innocent peope and take away what legally belonged to them among many other evil crimes.
The police had luckily arrested him but unfortunately he challenged them inside the police station and fleed away in a way that is surprising.
Here is the photo of the criminal
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