Earlier today as Reported by this writer, the directorate of criminal investigation (DCI) took to social media to narrate how highly trained police commandos gunned down four heavily armed criminals earlier today along Kamiti road in Kiambu county.
The highly armed criminals had accosted a popular city pastor as from the Kabete Anglican Church at around 8PM when the man of God was driving to his home in his personal car.
The criminals then took off with him towards Kiambu using Kamiti road. However, just like the proverbial 40 days, the criminals had run out of luck as police Commandos sprayed them with bullets, two of them killed and two of them escaped.
And now, famous undercover police detectives that are known by Kenyans over the manner in which they tackle crime have come out to share photos of the slain criminals.
The photos which this writer will not post here on this site but give you a link to navigate and view if you are comfortable viewing graphic content, show the two thugs lying side by side after receiving several bullets in their bodies.
"Hawa ndio kidnappers waliteka nyara priest wa ACK walilamba lolo hapo Kamiti road Kiambu," he said revealing that the pictures were captured by drones.
Watch the Photos on this Link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2735416276579795/permalink/3925538740900870/?app=fbl
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