Nairobi stolen laptops syndicate busted in Luthuli


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In Summary

  • According to the detectives, two men are suspected to be behind break-ins at different estates in Nairobi.
  • Police are urging anyone who lost a laptop to go to Parklands Police Station and check if any of the 9 may be theirs.
  • The gang is reportedly linked to laptop shops in Nairobi that sell the devices as second hand.

Police in Nairobi have uncovered a theft syndicate in Nairobi where suspects steal laptops and then sell them as refurbished items at different shops.

Detectives from Parklands Police Station recently conducted a raid at one of the shops where they discovered several stolen laptops.

“Police are calling upon members of the public who may have lost laptops within the city in the recent past to visit the station and establish whether their gadgets could be among 9 laptops recovered,” the Kenya Police Service tweet reads.

According to the detectives, two people (pictured below) are suspected to be behind break-ins at different estates in Nairobi.

They have been linked to the Nairobi stolen laptops whose brands include Dell, HP, Compaq among others.

One of the devices which had been reported stolen has since been positively identified by the owner.

Below are pictures of some of the Nairobi stolen laptops that were discovered by police:

Nairobi stolen laptops

Nairobi stolen laptops
Nairobi stolen laptops. PHOTO/KENYA POLICE SERVICE
Nairobi stolen laptops. PHOTO/KENYA POLICE SERVICE
Nairobi stolen laptops. PHOTO/KENYA POLICE SERVICE

 

 

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