Special DCI Unit Recovers Stolen Goods Worth Ksh29m

The Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI)’s Special Service Unit detectives on Wednesday, 20th May, raided a home in Utawala, Nairobi, and recovered suspected stolen goods worth Ksh29 million.

The goods are believed to have been stolen from a godown on Maasai Road, off Mombasa Road, at Embakasi on 17th May.

Six suspects, Castrol Musyoka, Dishon Wanjohi, Silvester Makori, Patrick Maina, John Kimani and Jackson Njeru were arrested.

They were allegedly found loading the 366 cartons of grinders and drilling machines into a lorry, registration number KBR 954 J.

Investigations revealed that the suspects have been colluding with godown workers to steal goods worth millions of shillings.

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The same gang is also suspected of involvement in a series of godown break-ins at Athi River, Embakasi, Ruiru, Industrial and Mlolongo.

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Zablon Ondari

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