Detectives recover 13 pieces of suspected human remains at Kijabe forest, two arrested

Detectives recover 13 pieces of suspected human remains at Kijabe forest, two arrested

Detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations have recovered thirteen pieces of suspected human remains at the Kijabe Forest.

The remains, Citizen Digital understands are currently undergoing DNA analysis for identification.

At the same time, detectives have also arrested two more suspects at the Suswa shopping centre in connection with the disappearance of a Taxi driver who was abducted on February 23.

This brings the number of suspects arrested in the twisted probe to 7.

The two; 24-year-old Joseph Lenguna and 22-year-old Daniel Parekire were found with the mobile phone that lured the taxi driver to his captors snare.

Detectives are still on the hunt for several other suspects who are believed to be behind the abduction and disappearance of the cab driver.

The Taxi driver went missing on February 23 after a car jacking incident within Ruiru in Kiambu county.

Several days later, sleuths based in Ruiru managed to trace and impound the missing motor vehicle of registration number KCX 750T.

Two suspects; Peter Irungu Maina aged 37 years and Eunice Masiado Nteita aged 18 years were arrested in Kinangop and Suswa respectively.

The driver of the taxi, however, is still  yet to be found.

The driver, according to reports, had received a call from a client who wanted to be driven to Mai Mahiu.

Ruiru Sub-county police commander Phineas Ringerah on Thursday said officers have gathered evidence to implicate the suspects in a series of abductions that have left tens of families agonising over their missing kin.


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