Toyota Land Cruiser V8 stolen from Central Police Station recovered


The stolen Toyota Land Cruiser V8 that was recovered on Thursday
The stolen Toyota Land Cruiser V8 that was recovered on Thursday. PHOTO| COURTESY

In Summary

  • Parts of the vehicle that still had the original colour were also discovered at the scene.
  • The vehicle was reported stolen on April 7, 2019.
  • The suspects reportedly intended to change the vehicle number plate from the original KBX 449A to KCL390P.

Detectives from the Flying Squad unit on Thursday recovered a stolen Toyota Land Cruiser V8 that had been stolen from Central Police area.

The vehicle was discovered hidden in a makeshift corrugated iron-sheet structure at a private house in Ngong, Kajiado County.

Four suspected carjackers were also arrested during the impromptu raid.

They were identified as Zacharia Maina, Stephen Ndungu, Francis Karuthi and James Kamau.

According to police sources who spoke to Citizen Digital, the Land Cruiser that was originally white in colour had been repainted black.

Parts of the vehicle that still had the original colour were also discovered at the scene.

The vehicle was reported stolen on April 7, 2019.

The suspects reportedly intended to change the vehicle number plate from the original KBX 449A to KCL390P.

Citizen Digital is yet to establish the identity of the owner of the vehicle.

A Toyota Land Cruiser V8 can cost anything from Ksh.4million or more depending on the year of manufacture and mileage if it is second hand.

Land Cruisers from a showroom can cost Ksh.18million or more.

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