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Investigators Investigating The Unfortunate Incident In Which The Shoot Was Found


Detectives from the DCI office are investigating a case where bullets were found fired at a house in the Lucky Summer area.

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A local newspaper report shows that the incident was reported by the manager, Francis Barasa who is in charge of the building owned by Hojan Investments.

For example, the guardian is said to have reported the matter to Kasarani Stadium Police Station where it was recorded under OB. 42/03/05/2021 and handed over to Ruaraka Police Station.

According to police, 18 rounds of 38 special bullets, seven rounds of 9mm bullets, 414 rounds of space left 97.62mm, one round used 7,62 spaces, nine rounds of 7.62 special bullets and 30 rounds of 9mm bullets were found in the bag.

Read: Three Cameroon nationals Arrested for Sh350 Million for counterfeit money in Ruiru

The incident is now being investigated by a proper investigation to determine the owner of the stash and the condition that was thrown into the building.

Yesterday, in separate accounts, DCI detectives arrested three Cameroonian nationals who were found with counterfeit coins in Ruiru, Kiambu County.

The three, Paulin Francis Proper, Njikam Omar and Job Kentong were found with Sh350 Million in US dollars and Pounds, one Glock pistol and 28 rounds of 9mm caliber.

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Suluths also discovered more than 250 kilograms of fake gold nuggets and gold bars.

Proper and Omar were found in the country illegally when Kentong had a refugee ID.

The counterfeit coins were in US $ 100 bills totaling US $ 6,820,000, counterfeit euro 100 bills totaling 490,000 euros and counterfeit Kenyan shilling notes of 1000 denominations estimated at Sh6.4 million.

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