By MN Reporter
Migori town residents on Friday thronged at Oruba Police Post after police raided houses in Pand Pieri slums where assorted stolen household items were recovered.
Several residents thronged the station where they found their item as police held three girls, all aged below 17 years at the station as a manhunt has been launched to nab their four ring leaders being a spate of insecurity in the county.
Several TV sets, alcoholic drinks, fridges, clothings, laptops, electronic and house hold gadget were left in open at the station.
“I heard the items were placed in three police pickups when they were being transported, and I found a fridge I lost last month in a break in,” Alice Nyaoke, a business lady said.
Suna West police boss Elizabeth Wakuloba told the press in Migori town on Friday morning said the raid has open a major lead into their investigations to close on suspected gangs behind rising insecurity.
“This is a major break through and we have zero down our manhunt for four key ring leaders who managed to escape police dragnet, we are still looking for more suspects,” Wakuloba said.
Across the county, police launched more patrols and intelligence gathering to curb the wave of insecurity that has rocked the county.