In a report released yesterday, November 1, by the DCI, said that they had found the phone, which was one of the things that had been stolen from the deceased.
Police used the accused woman to find and catch the main murder suspect in Dagoretti, where he was hiding.
“The neighbor saw that the door to the kitchen was open, but the door to the sitting room was closed from the outside. She called out her name, but she didn’t answer.
The police found that the house had been broken into and that the deceased’s 32-inch TV, electric jiko, and cell phone were all missing.” the DCI report reads.
Another suspect was caught after he bought a 32-inch TV that had been stolen from the granny’s house for Ksh5,000.
The three people were taken to the Kandara Police Station and questioned by the people looking into the case.
Based on the new rules from the National Police Service, the agency pledged to investigate what was going on.
Amin, the new head of the DCI, told criminal gangs trying to get back together in the city that detectives are on lookout and that they will face the full force of the law if they do anything wrong.