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#1
Police have recovered Ksh.17 million of the Ksh.50 million stolen in the Kenya Commercial Bank, Thika branch heist on November 20, 2017.

The recovery was made after three suspects were arrested at Marurui estate in Kiambu on Saturday, November 25 and led the investigators to Joy Land estate in Juja town where they had hidden the cash.

The suspects were identified as Charles Mwangi Murakaru aged 30 years, Halford Munene, 32, and Julius Wainaina, 32. The three are set to be arraigned in court on Monday, November 27. Lakini hapo kwa 17mirrions ofisa @pamba wamepita na kakitu.
 
#8
They could have left the money huko joyland and left the country for like a month only coming back or sending rent money every month....hawajachanuka hao
I think the plan was full proof, settle the cash away not to raise any suspicious spending and wealth, two years down when the heat dies slowly cash in... I think someone messed, either talked or showed off some money
 

Mathaais

Village Chief
#17
I think the plan was full proof, settle the cash away not to raise any suspicious spending and wealth, two years down when the heat dies slowly cash in... I think someone messed, either talked or showed off some money
Two were brothers reportedly running small businesses in the area. People knew them, then they suddenly disappear after the robbery. It doesn't take a genius to add two and two together.Once police have identified who they were, tracking them in this era of mobile phones is kids play.
 

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