For the past few weeks, Laikipia County has been a hot bed of criminal activities by bandits.
Olmoran has been the most affected area with bandits killing innocent residents and security personnels during scathing attacks.
However the kenyan security systems have been flooding the area in a measure to eliminate these rogue killers.
Sadly in another worrying incident, unknown number of bandits raided an area in Laikipia stealing livestock.
According to NPS, today at around 0230am, suspected bandits managed to beat security dragnet and stole a number of livestock within Ndunyu Village in Kirima Location.
A multiagency team comprising of NPS and KDF is currently pursuing the suspects and all efforts are being made to recover the animals. No one was injured in the unfortunate incident.
"The government wishes to assure residents of Laikipia that no effort will be spared to ensure the culprits are brought to book.
"Further reminding anyone trying to disrupt peace within the area that their days are numbere" said the NPS.
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