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"Not yet Arrested" DCI comes Out To Rubbish Claims Of Kilimani Thieves Arrest

HessyD 06/26/2020

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The department of criminal investigation have come to clear the air after news of the alleged arrest of the thugs who were involved in the kilimani day light robbery.

According to news grazing the social media the Dci has denied to have yet arrested the goons who robbed a man off his laptop and phone at gun point.

The men who were caught on video robbing the unsuspecting kenyan are still at large. However the photos circulating all over the social media are from a previous case where two middle aged men were arrested after they robbed residents in muthangari.

People have however unknowingly sent their congratulatory messages to the Dci for the good job. However after a message to the Dci in their official page the department has rubbish claims of having arrested the duo and insisted that the manhunt for the duo was still on. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

The said thugs have upgraded thier strategies to using motorcycles during Escapes, this comes after the latest trail of criminal activities across nairobi where the criminals have been using motorcycles to escape.

Cases of crime around the city has risen to a worrying trend, kenyans have now started worrying of where one is safe if they can be attacked and robbed in broad daylight. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

The department of criminal investigation has promised to bring the two suspecs with their allie on the motorcycle to book soon. However the case in place of the photos grazing the media are just pure lies and the real criminals are still out there. View pictures in App save up to 80% data. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

(Source DCI)

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Shanzeebetsy · 06/26/2020
Very true idiots spreading bad rumors

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