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UASIN GISHU AND BARINGO INCIDENT REPORTS

On 16th May 2017, in Uasin Gishu County, Eldoret East Division, a report was made at Kapsoya Police Post of three missing children. On receipt of the report, the Police commenced immediate investigations to look for the missing children namely: Clifford Nyambane, Tanny Nyamweya and Glen Ongaki.

In the course of the investigations, the Police received information that the three lifeless bodies were found floating on River Nzoia at Mashini area. Police officers went to the scene and retrieved the bodies which were moved to Trans-Nzoia Hospital mortuary for post-mortem and further forensic investigations.

The Police have so far managed to arrest one suspect who has been arraigned before court charged with the crime. Further investigations are ongoing and everything possible will be done to ensure that all the authors of this heinous and barbaric crime, are brought to book.

In a separate incident on 16th May 2017, in Kabarnet town of Baringo County, the Police received a report of an abduction of Chura/Amaya ward MCA Thomas Minito, by three men purporting to be Police officers. Kabarnet Police launched investigations into the incident and a countrywide search for the missing person commenced.

Yesterday, Matungulu Sub County, Oldonyo Sabbuk Police station received a report that a body of an unknown person was found floating on River Athi. The Police retrieved the body and took it to Donyo Sabbuk Nursing Hospital for further forensic investigations to establish the actual cause of death and the identity of the body.

As soon as the Police identify the body and finalize their forensic investigations, the report will be made public immediately.

We are appealing to the members of the public who may be having any information that may assist the police in respect of the unfortunate incidences, to report to the nearest police station and in particular the Directorate of Criminal Investigations.

Meanwhile, the National Police Service Maritime Police Unit, on their routine border patrol within the Indian Ocean, saw six Iranian Nationals who had been stranded at the sea for about three months. They were established to be a crew of a fishing boat christened MV.Al Muhamadu from the Port of Chabahar in Iran. They were rescued and will be handed over to their Embassy officials.

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