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Police recover Tuktuk stolen near Mathai Supermarket in Kariobangi.

Photos of the tuktuk recovered by the police in Kariobangi after it was stolen in Thika about two months ago.
Police have recovered a tuktuk that was stolen from a parking lot along Mama Ngina Drive near Mathai Supermarket in September this year.

The three-wheeled vehicle was seized in Kariobangi area of Nairobi County with another number plate.

“This tuktuk was stolen near Mathai Supermarket on 14-09-2017. Its initial number plate was KTWB 486 G. Following some tipoff from the members of public, we recovered it yesterday (1st November 2017) in Kariobangi area with a different number plate, KTWA 347 V,” explained Thika West OCPD Willy Simba.

The officer believe that the suspects had replaced the registration numbers to avoid detection.

“Our working relations with our counterparts in neighbouring counties are cordial and that is why we have managed to recover the stolen tuktuk. We have put all criminals on the radar in liaison with our counterparts. Let me warn them that the police are everywhere and we shall move day and night to ensure the people enjoy their lives without any interference,” he said.

Simba said the vehicle has been booked at the Thika Police Station along with two suspects, Anthony Wahome and Benjamin Muthomi who will appear in court today (02-11-2017).

He appealed to the members of the community to report any strange person in their area to the police so that they act promptly. He also appealed for facilitation to the police in case of need.

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