One arrested as DCI recovers 12 stolen vehicles
Officers from the flying squad on Thursday recovered 12 vehicles suspected to have been stolen or illegally registered.
12 M/VEHICLES suspected to be STOLEN or ILLEGALLY registered were Yesterday recovered by Flying Squad Detectives in an operation that was triggered by a tip-off from the Public. The m/vehicles were recovered from a Yard at Ndaptabwa Kipsimo, Eldoret- where they were being Hidden. pic.twitter.com/GMch4PjijO
— DCI KENYA (@DCI_Kenya) September 20, 2019
The vehicles were recovered at a yard at Ndaptabwa Kipsimo, Eldoret following tip off from members of the public.
During the raid one suspect Gideon Kipkoech was arrested.
According to the DCI, the detectives are still carrying out investigations.
All the vehicles recovered have been taken by detectives and will be used as exhibits.
In February this year, detectives unmasked a syndicate that had been cloning number plates and fraudulently registering cars for sale.
They arrested 19 employees of the National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) who were helping in cloning the number plate.
This is after the number plate of Toyota Ractis (KCN 340E) believed to have been used in the 14 Riverside Drive attack was found to be a duplicate of an existing one.