A youthful nurse stabbed to death by thugs and the body was found lying in a pool of blood inside her house, Homa Bay County.
Mystery now surrounds the killing of the 28-year-old victim whose body was discovered lying in a pool of blood in her rented house in Homa Bay town.
According to the authorities, the body of Mary Kwamboka Ogechi was found by her friend and neighbour at about 11 am on Sunday.
Ogechi prior to her demise was a nurse at a private hospital in Rodi Kopany town centre, within Homa Bay Town Sub-County, police and her neighbours said.
He said that the boyfriend is still at large and could not be found on phone by Sunday.
Efforts to smoke him out in his hideout is underway.
Police said the body of the woman had deep wounds on her neck and face.
This is a clear indication that she was stabbed to death before the attackers left the body soaked in blood from outside and ran away.
Police seized a kitchen knife stained with blood at the murder scene.
A team of DCI officers are tracing the suspect to help them with investigations.
Such cases murder reports have been on the rise lately even as police work tirelessly to contain them.
The body of the deceased was transferred to Homa Bay County Hospital morgue pending autopsy as part of the investigations.
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