Border patrol police have Tuesday morning killed two Al-Shabaab attackers at Sarentho Centre,25 km from Daadab, Garissa County.
In a statement issued by the office of the Inspector General, two AK-47 rifles, Improvised Explosive Device (IED) making materials and other crude weapons were recovered.
They continued by saying that the gang had targeted a Telecommunication mast but in the process, four lives were lost including that of a teacher and a child.
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Responding to the raid, police based at the border responded killing two of the Al-Shabaab attackers.
Currently, the search is still on for the other members who escaped.
The attack comes barely a day after six people were arrested in connection to the ongoing terror attempts in the country.
Four of the six were arrested in Nanyuki as they tried to trespass the British Army base.
Through the help of the local Chief and the police, the four were arrested and detained as investigations continue.
Two others were arrested at the Recce Squad base in Nairobi on similar suspicion.
They will be grilled and questioned on their motive and if they have any links to the terror group.