Autopsy of six bodies from Tsavo Park ongoing at Nairobi City Mortuary


Autopsy of six bodies from Tsavo Park ongoing at Nairobi City Mortuary
Nairobi City Mortuary

In Summary

  • Police officers from Mtito Andei Police Station as well as detectives from the DCI suspect that the six were likely murdered elsewhere.
  •   Families have been asked to wait for an unspecified period of time to access the DNA results.
  •   The samples will be taken to the government chemist for  testing.

A post-mortem examination of six bodies found dumped at Tsavo West  National park is ongoing at the Nairobi City Mortuary.

About eight families arrived at the mortuary on Friday to present their DNA that will help in identification of the decomposed bodies.

Families say their loved ones disappeared under unclear circumstances and were found dead days later inside the park.

A report filed at Kibwezi Police Station said the bodies were found by two Kenya Wildlife Service rangers who were on patrol.

Police officers from Mtito Andei Police Station as well as detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) suspect that the six were likely murdered elsewhere before being dumped at the park.

Families have been asked to wait for an unspecified period of time to access the DNA results.

The samples will be taken to the government chemist for  testing.

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