Nairobi Murder Suspects Captured on CCTV

  • CCTV footage captures two suspects believed to have murdered a guard and an IT expert
    CCTV footage captures two suspects believed to have murdered a guard and an IT expert
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  • CCTV Footage captured the faces of two suspects who are believed to have murdered two individuals at Leijona lifestyle centre in Kayole, Nairobi County on September 17, 2020.

    The duo allegedly stabbed a guard and an IT expert after an argument ensued between the two parties as reported by K24 digital.

    The commotion begun when the suspects were restricted from entering into the building. They wanted to access the lifts leading to the gym and rooftop, where they allegedly wanted to take photos of the Nasra estate.

    A police vehicle at a scene of a crime
    A police vehicle at a scene of a crime
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    In an attempt to prevent them from doing so,  Joseph Maingi and Dennis Nyabuto were stabbed and injured.

    Neighbours took the duo to the Mama Lucy Hospital. However, the nurses on duty could not admit them following the medics protest that was taking place in the county at the time.

    They would later be rushed at the Metropolitan hospital where one was pronounced dead on arrival while the other died the same night.

    The victims had sustained injuries on their stomach, thigh, and chest, which led them to bleeding to death.

    Police officers are now in search of the suspects captured on the CCTV footage.

    In the last couple of months, CCTV footage has aided police officers in their investigations with many robberies being caught on camera.

    On Sunday 20, 2020  Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) detectives nabbed suspects who were captured on  CCTV breaking into a car.

    The team also recovered a vehicle from the suspect's home believed to have been used as the getaway car. 

    "Following credible information from members of the public, a team of detectives has arrested [the suspect] from his home in Kiembeni and recovered a Toyota Ractis," a statement by the DCI reads in part.