Cases of theft robbery and violence has become very common in time. Major business towns with most residents like Nairobi and Thika has emerged to be the worst. The corridors and streets have become a major threat as people risk being attacked any minute. This is something that people have considered normal which is very dangerous.
As this happens, it has just been exposed that there is a new tactic that is being used by phone snatchers for a successful mission. We have always heard that most of them move around with motorbikes to trace anyone who is not careful.
When they find one, they always snatch and quickly ride away. To hide their identity, most of them have started using motorbikes with number plate covered with a Bandana or smeared with mud to conceal identify. The worst thing is that they would always ride up to three on a single motorbike. They snatch handbags and other criminal activities any time during the day and at night.
This happens as several cases have been reported at section 9 streets, temple road along Mathai street, Thika fire station and Total petrol junction. Thika and Juja police are called to intervene before it gets worse.
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