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Three arrested forcing their way into a British Army base

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Three people are confirmed to have been arrested as they forced their way into a British Army Camped based in Nanyuki.

It is reported that the three were caught in a CCTV camera trying to find their way into the camp before leaving the scene.

Later on, they were arrested following leads by the area police officers and area chief and detained at the Nanyuki police station.

Investigations are underway to uncover their motives as police cannot rule out a possible terror attack.

The news comes barely a day after Al-Shabaab militias attacked Kenya and the U.S army base in Lamu.

Three U.S forces were killed during the attack leaving two others with injuries.

Four bodies were recovered after the attack that led to the closure of Manda airstrip located near the base.

The airstrip was re-opened during the day after it was confirmed that security had been restored in the area.

A week ago a bus heading to Lamu from Mombasa was attacked at Nyongoro area by the terror group.

Three people were killed before the police intercepted rescuing the other passengers on board.

Berryl Achieng
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