Dramatic scenes was witnessed from a well known Kimbo estate, Ruiru constituency, Kiambu county in the former Central province when the naked body of a woman,30, identified as Mary Wanjiru was found sliced in to pieces, wrapped in polythene paper and left outside the gate of a GSU Lecce in broad daylight.
According to eye witness who sought anonymity for security reasons, there was a very comprehensive note attached to the body warning her against having love affairs with married men a clear indication of love triangle.
Conferming the incident, the area deputy county commissioners disclosed the deceased remains was collected from the location by uniformed officers who were in patrol and was taken to Kenyatta National Referral Hospital Mortuary waiting to be buried once the investigation is concluded.
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