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Nyandarua police discover the head of a woman in a tree

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Nyandarua police have found the head of a woman who was murdered two months ago.

Teresia Wanjiru is reported to have been found dead two months ago as her body was dumped in a pit latrine with the head missing.

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Investigations led the Nyandarua police to a tree where her head was found inside a paper bag following the brutal murder.

Angry villagers are said to have attacked the husband of the woman when the incident first happened and lynched him to death.

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The accused the suspect of mistreating the woman and believe he was the suspect as he was a drug user.

In addition to that, Teresia’s husband is said to have been a thief in addition to being a drug addict as reported.

Also read: Nyandarua blind man and wife arrested with 700gm bhang

Preparations are underway as the village elders are planning to bury the head once received from the police.

Also read: Nyandarua County forced to allocate 8M to build a bridge

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