Ibrahim Rotich, the prime suspect in the murder case of Agnes Tirop was spotted by CCTV cameras at the crime scene in the athlete's home in Iten the day before she was brutally killed.
The athlete Agnes Tirop was found dead in her bedroom on Wednesday, October 13th. A post-mortem report showed she had a concussion and cuts to her head as well as stabs on her neck. DCIO Keiyo North, Andolo Munga said on Tuesday that the CCTV footage revealed the athlete was murdered on the afternoon of 12th October.
“The CCTV footage is self-explanatory and positive after forensic analysis. It has all the evidence of the scene and the actual act. We believe we have an airtight case and we are good to go with the prosecution,” Andolo Munga said.
He also added that, “The CCTV footage has become very crucial in this matter and it has shown us exactly what happened and how it was conducted. The investigation is on reverse and forward aspects.”
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