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Two wanted criminals from Mombasa arrested by detectives

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Detectives have on Wednesday arrested two wanted criminals believed to be terrorizing residents of Likoni and Mombasa county.

Abdallah Rashid and Brian Ochieng are reported to have been arrested following a tip-off from the public.

“Two wanted criminals believed to have been terrorizing residents in LIKONI, Mombasa County were earlier yesterday arrested by #DCI Detectives following a tip-off from members of public.”

They are said to have been part of a six-member gang that was assembling at unfinished building preparing to cause havoc.

Detectives who arrived at the said building found a metal bar, sword, two pangas, and slashers.

“Abdallah RASHID & Brian OCHIENG both 18yrs were nabbed in a raid when detectives received information that a group of SIX armed youths had assembled in an incomplete building in preparation to wreak havoc to members of the public.

Upon search in the said building, @DCI_Kenya Detectives recovered 2 Pangas, 2 Slashers, one Sword and one Metal Bar.”

The suspects who are both 18-years of age are to be arraigned in court on Wednesday.

Berryl Achieng
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