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Rai Cement boss found dead in his Kericho house

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Chetan Vyas a boss at Rai Cement was killed by unknown people at his Kericho home.

Revealing the details into the death of Chetan Vyas, the police said he was tied and struggled before he was left for dead.

The unknown criminals are said to have made their way into the house through the rooftop by removing some tiles.

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They then disconnected CCTV cameras to conceal their identity before committing the crime.

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At that time the Rai Cement boss is said to have been in his bedroom sleeping.  They proceeded to tie him with a rope on his legs and hands.

According to the police, a rope was found around his neck suggesting he was strangled by the attackers.

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The attackers are said to have made away with bags whose content is still unknown as police gather more intelligence.

The body of the victim has since been transferred to a Kisumu Mortuary

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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