Police launches investigations , arrests three suspected who entered into Kitengela businessman’s house and caused security scareon

The three suspects intruded the home of Ole Karu without a well known motive or invitation and were courageously asking the whereabout of the businessman.

According to his wife who spoke with journalists at Athi River police station she said the suspects arrived at around 8:30 PM on Wednesday driving in a Toyota Prado, white in colour, registration number KBY 820H and without being welcomed pushed the door asking for mzee claiming to be his friends.

“We want mzee right now and if you don’t produce him to us we will look for him,” one of the suspects ordered. The suspects went on furiously searching for the businessman who had not arrived by then in other rooms of his house including his bedroom and shortly they set off. Immediately after they left, the wife called the husband’s brother John Karu informed him the suspicious guests who had visited their home looking for her husband.

Immediately John called the OCS of Athi River police station who responded swiftly sending his officers in three vehicles to trace the suspects . The suspects were intercepted by the officers before they had gone far and their vehicle waylaid by the officers ordering the occupants to come out, “My officers waylaid the Toyota Prado they were driving in and ordered the occupants to come out introducing themselves,” said the officer who sought anonymity. The suspects identified themselves as Peter Kamau, John Murigi Karumbi, Peter Nyang’au another identified as Moses One of the suspects John Murigi Karumbi produced a National Police Service identity card claiming to be a police officer attached at vigilant and continued to say he had served as the OCC Nairobi Terminus in Embakasi.

Karu confirmed to the journalists that he knew one Peter Kamau who for sometime was his personal driver but currently operating as a taxi driver, “Kamau was my personal driver for sometime and I suspect he was the one led the strangers in my home without a known motive” said Ole Kalu who is the victim. The neighbors are pleading with the officers at Athi River police station to investigate the suspects to determine their motive. The three are held in the said police station as the Investigation continues to determine whether they will get preferred charges against them. The Area OCPD said indeed they arrested the suspects but they are still in detention pending the completion of their investigations. A group of aggrieved Maasais camped at the Arthi_river police Station to sympathise with the businessman.

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