A signage of Bomet Central Police Station. Photo courtesy of Internet. Nine male prisoners charged for various offences have escaped from Bomet Central police station cells in Bomet central sub county,Bomet county. Their escape from lawful police custody was discovered early today in the morning.According to a police report seen by this opera news writer,the Officer Commanding the Station Chief Inspector Kisela was on normal station visit at around 5 am when he visited the cells and found out that the nine prisoners had escaped.
Residents of Sebetet village in Kericho county were in jubilation mood after one of their own who had been missing for fifty-seven years finally returned home to a happy family reunion with his relatives. On a fateful evening in 1964, Simon Mubei Chumo left his home without notifying his wife in search of a job days after the newly married couple had just welcomed a bouncing baby girl to the family.
Authorities have launched a manhunt for 9 suspects who escaped from Bomet Central police station on the wee hours of Monday 4th October. According to Bomet Central Sub-county police Commander Musa Omari Imamai , the suspects escaped to freedom after cutting a grill at the backside of the cell.
Bomet Central Sub-county police Commander Musa Omari Imamai said the suspects, who were being held for various offences, escaped after cutting metallic grills at the backside of the cell.The escapees are Clinton Nyakundi, Dominic Cheruiyot, Erick Bett, Victor Korir, Emmanuel Mutai, Clement Ng'eno, Titus Rotich, Vincent Kibet, and Victor Kipkirui.
Police in Bomet have launched a Manhunt in search of nine(9) prisoners who escaped from police custody.The prisoners managed to escape after cutting the metal grills at the back of the cells. Confirming the incident,Bomet Central sub-county police commander Musa Omar Imamai said,the 9 escapees were arrested for commiting various offences and were to appear before the court on Monday morning.
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Simon Mibei Chumo of Kericho County was reunited with his family after going missing for about 57 years. He reportedly left his homestead in Sebetet Village one evening in 1964 in search of work, never to return. His wife Lydia Mitei had just given birth to their daughter Juliana Chepkirui at the time.