Stolen lorry recovered at a garage in Karen undergoing identity change » Capital News

NAIROBI, Kenya, Apr 15 — Detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) have recovered a stolen Mitsubishi lorry at a garage in Nairobi’s Karen where it was undergoing an identity change.

The vehicle registered as KDK 583G went missing on April 1 between Kenol and Makutano. Its tracker was subsequently disabled according to a police report filed at Kiamaciri Police Station.

DCI said the Karen garage was fixing a fake insurance sticker and registration plates on the vehicle.

“Search for the vehicle kicked in after its theft was reported at Kiamaciri Police Station by the manager of Kanini Haraka Enterprises Ltd, indicating that the KDK 583G Mitsubishi Fuso was stolen between Kenol and Makutano and its tracker disabled,” the DCI stated.

DCI identified the prime suspect behind the theft as one Simam Kagema Mwangi aged 30. He was arrested in Thika Sunday evening.

Kagame was set to be arraigned in court on Monday.

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