A man had heads on the chopping block after he was unable to account for the boxes of apples which believe he stole from a trader in Keumbu market.
picture courtesy. The man who was caught with stolen apples
Traders said the middle aged individual, who helps traders carry their luggage at Keumbu market had stolen three boxes but opted to try selling one box at Kisii Municipal Market before going back for the other two.
In the wake of being on the run for a months of steeling , the man was caught in the act of trying to sell the fruits which he had ferried to Kisii Municipal Market. The trader which he attempted to sell the apples to was shocked at the cheap price that the man had suggested. This made him suspicious of the man.
It is alleged that the trader wanted to stone him to serve as an example .Police with help of traders recently conducted a bust of a criminal organization they said has been responsible for many stealing activities and managed to get two other thieves whom it happen they conspires with the suspect in hand.
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