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Four terror suspects arrested spying Whiskey River Pub

The police have arrested four terror suspects spying Whiskey River Pub located along Kiambu Road.

Several items were recovered during the Saturday arrest as revealed by the police through a statement.

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A jungle pair of trousers, a jungle hut, a Kenyan Airforce trouser and jungle T-shirt were recovered from the four suspects.

Currencies in different denominations, cheques, a US passport and a US Embassy security pass were among other items recovered.

The suspects who have been identified as Mohamed Hassan Bario , Mohamed Adan (Kenyan), Ms Hodan Abdi Ismail , Ms Ifrah Mohammed Abshir and Mohamed Abas Mohamud (citizen of the US).

Currently they are being held at Pangani police station as investigations continue.

Three suspects wounded during a mission

Detectives from the DCI and the National Police intercepted criminals on their way to a mission.

The combined team was acting on a tip when they managed to coner the four suspects.

“A combined team of DCI Kenya and Police officers based at Kamukunji, acting on a tip off from the public on notorious criminals on a mission to commit crime managed to intercept them along Ladhies road where they were challenged to surrender but instead shot at our officers.”

Three of them were fatally injures as one managed to escape towards Muthurwa Estate.

Several items including a pen knife, four rounds of ammunition, one Conther pistol and one min 8 pistol were recovered.

A manhunt has been launched to get the fourth suspect who managed to escape.

Berryl Achieng
Kenyan news interests me a lot but I also keep tabs on other news making headlines in Africa and around the world.

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