Nakuru Police Station officers are still in shock and panic after a top police officer based at the County command was found killed in controversial circumstances. The incident which happened late night is said to have been reported by officers who were on routine patrol said that they found the officer bleeding from the nose.
According to Digital Cops media platform, it reported that the deceased Police Constable John Ogweno was found in his luxury car laying in a pool of blood while the car engine was still running on. The investigating officer who was also the first respondent on the scene found an iron bar and a stone that were believed to have been used to break into the car.
The 2 objects were processed by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) detectives and processed as exhibits for investigation purposes. The Nakuru police leadership has not yet given any updates on the progress of the investigation.
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