Daring Robbers Attempt To Steal From DCI Office


Police in Suba, Homa Bay County, are hunting for a group of daring robbers who made an attempt to steal from the office of the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) and the sub-county treasury office on Sunday night.

The robbers failed to break into the two offices but managed to steal valuables from another office and local shops within Magunga trading centre.

Suba Deputy County Commissioner Joseph Maina said the suspects escaped after they saw a police officer who was within the compound approaching them.

“The DCI office is in the same building with the sub-county treasury office. We are not sure which office they were intending to break into,” he said.

A pair of pliers and other cutting tools were found at the doorstep of the office.

Stole from other buildings

Later on Monday, security officers discovered that the suspects had broken into other buildings.


At Magunga Youth Empowerment Centre, which is located within the same compound, the suspects stole musical instruments.

A piano, amplifier, mixer, and extension cables were stolen from the building.

A report about a break-in was also reported at Magunga Health Centre where a computer was stolen from the facility’s laboratory.Advertisement

Business operators at Magunga trading centre also reported that their shops were broken into.

Among traders who lost property were bookshop owners.

“Others reported that there were attempts to break into their shops,” Mr Maina said.

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