Bata shoes worth over Ksh.9.8 million stolen in Nairobi recovered at hotel in Nyamira
Detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) have made another recovery of shoes worth over Ksh.9.8 million that had been stolen from Bata outlets in Nairobi.
The DCI, in a statement issued on Sunday, said the shoes fraudulently obtained through fake gift vouchers were found at Comffy Hotel in Keroka, Nyamira County.
Last week it emerged that Bata Shoe Company had lost goods worth Ksh.20 million through fake egift vouchers that were presented to several Bata shops within Nairobi.
Two suspects were arrested last Sunday in connection with the theft and shoes worth Ksh.7 million recovered.
The footwear were found in a shop belonging to one of the suspects in Keroka, Nyamira.
DCI detectives arrested two suspects last Sunday in connection with the theft and recovered shoes worth
The recovery comes a week after two suspected fraudsters following the loss of goods worth over Ksh.20 million by Bata Shoe Company.
UPDATES|| Another over 9.8 Million worth of Bata shoes defrauded in the Fake egift vouchers within Nairobi have been recovered by detectives at Comffy Hotel in Keroka, Nyamira County.
Further investigations ongoing with @DCI_Kenya Special Crime Unit leading the recovery mission. https://t.co/EFSH0fmiT0 pic.twitter.com/DsHheyjHCb
— DCI KENYA (@DCI_Kenya) June 14, 2020
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