"Hiyo Infinix Hapo Ni Yangu!" Excited Netizens React As DCI Recover 294 Stolen Phones In Nakuru
By Obedee | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 0 views
Theft of phones is a major thing that should be taken seriously in this country. Each and every day innocent kenyans loose their expensive phones which are being used by thieves as their source of income after they sell them. When someone is walking in the streets, a phone is one of the valuable things that he happens to be carrying.
About 294 phones today have been recovered by DCI officers in Kaptembwo area, Nakuru west. This is after the officers arrested three suspects who the items were recovered from. (Photo| courtesy)(Photo| courtesy)
After the picture was posted in a renown facebook group known as Nairobi Crime Free Society, netizens reacted differently saying that they have been victims of such robbery. Others even took a step i recognizing some of the phones in the picture to be theirs. Below are some of the reactions:(Photo| courtesy)(Photo| courtesy)(Photo| courtesy)
I suggest that such operations should be done in almost all town in Kenya, and victims asked to visit police stations to check whether their lost phones are available.
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