Caroline Kangogo, the prime suspect in the murder of two suspected men including a police officer, has sent a chilling message to her estranged husband, a senior police officer attached to the Maritime police unit in Mombasa.
Reports indicate that Kangogo stated that her husband would suffer the same fate as her victims. The duo has sired two children together, aged 8 and 11.
Detectives privy to the investigations have revealed that Kangogo is hunting her lovers and leaving a trail of bodies in her wake.
The police affirmed that they are tracking her every trail in order to nab the suspect.An undated image of a police vehicle at a scene of a crime
Further, close colleagues of the suspect have intimated that she loved partying and would occasionally be found in most social joints within Nakuru county.
"I think anyone who has gone to popular joints within Nakuru CBD has come across her. She is social though quick to anger," a colleague who sought anonymity stated.
Kangogo is also believed to have been in constant communications with wanted criminals.
"A majority of her acquaintances are not aware that she has a family. I once arrested a man who was shocked to see her in full police uniform at the station," another colleague affirmed.
The female police officer has been on the limelight for the past week after reports emerged that she was the prime suspect in the murder of Constable John Ongweno inside Kasarani police station in Nakuru on Monday, July 5.
This led to police launching investigations in order to uncover her hideout. However, 24 hours later, she struck again when reports came out that she shot dead another man identified as Peter Ndwiga at a hotel in Juja.
Known for her skills on the shooting range, police have urged the public to be wary of the suspect as she is believed to be armed and dangerous.
"We are cautioning members of the public, especially men, to be on the lookout for the rogue officer, who is luring men to her trap before executing them in cold blood," DCI boss George Kinoti stated.DCI Boss George Kinoti Speaking during a press conference at DCI headquarters on March 5, 2020.Simon KiraguKenyans.co.kedead criminal armed murder arrest killed suspect armed
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