Police Officers from Utawala are probbing on an robbery case involving a lady who is renown for using special drugs to steal from people.
This was after a client from Avery Lounge was frauded by the the mysterious woman. Her mode of stealing is believed to be a bit different from normality. She has invested on purchasing a drug popularly known as "mchele " in Kenya. Evil doers have been reported to use the drug on people causing them to sleep for a long period of time.
According to a statement registered under number 1805062021 at 0431 hours, the woman (pictured below) was reported to have used "mchele" to steal property. She managed to mug a television, 130000 cash from the victims MPesa line, 5000 cash from his Equity account and a fridge. The event happened without being noticed by other apartment members. The woman took to her heels before the police officers arrived at the scene.
(Image of the named woman)
Police officers are using various leads to bring her into account of the mess. Any information concerning her will be of great help to them.
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