Nairobi News


Wanted: Burglars who broke into Ong’ata Rongai apartment

By Nyaboga Kiage

Police in Ong’ata Rongai are in pursuit of suspected burglars who broke into an apartment at Laiser Hill area and made away with electronics of unknown value.

The suspects, who were three in number, drove into the area in a vehicle with the registration number KCK 315U and parked it next to Reeds hotel in Laiser Hill area.

A police statement indicates that the car number plates might be fake.


Ms Rose Jonathan, whose house was broken into, said that she had gone to church only to return and find her house broken into with most of the electronics missing.

“I was from church and was shocked to realise that the robbers had made away with most of my electronics, the TV and home theater were all  missing,” she said.


Ms Janet Makau, another resident of the apartment, said she locked herself up inside her house when she heard someone trying to break the padlock.

When she who was on the door, the person left hurriedly.

The incident, Nairobi News has learnt, took place just a few days after Kajiado North MP Joseph Manje launched Nyumba Kumi Initiative in the same area where the gangsters struck.