Church service paralysed in Buruburu as a security guard steals a piano and furniture from church in Muthangari road leaving congregants in a limbo.
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Stephen Odhiambo Onondi, the suspect was tasked to take care of the items stolen believed to have a total worth of Ksh 750,000 only for them to get lost.
According to Christopher Okello, the investigative officer, Odhiambo has been guarding the premises where the incident took place for just a few months and has been demanding for a salary increment.
“We believe that Onondo conspired with other suspects to store the stolen property in their guard room and later allow them to access the items without taking down their registration numbers and details of the occupants as the norm,” Okello said while in court.
The officer further pleaded with the court if they could be allowed to withhold the suspect for a few more days so as to probe him.
“We need more time to review the CCTV footage at the scene of the crime to identify the vehicle that was used,” the officer added.
Okello's wish was granted by the court and he was allowed to withhold the suspect for a week as he awaits next hearing.
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