An autopsy conducted on the body of police constable Caroline Kangogo has been released and shared to the family.
The chief government pathologist Dr Johansen Oduor carried out the autopsy at the Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital in Eldoret on Tuesday, which indicated only a single bullet ended her life.
The result suggests she died of a gunshot wound after a bullet went through her brain, head and skull.
Caroline was found dead at her parents' home after several days of missing.
According to police, the body of the killer cop was found inside her mother's bathroom.
Her father told the media that she had locked herself inside the bathroom before she took her own life, adding that her daughter took her own life because bathroom door had been locked from inside.
Caroline was being accused of killing two people, including a police office who was her colleague.
Mark Kangogo, who is a brother to the deceased, said a burial date will be set after the autopsy.
Kenyans have since taken to social media with mixed reactions, with some still in doubt that Caroline took her own life.
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