December 1, 2023

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A daring robbery with violence suspect, who claims to have been shortchanged by his accomplish moments after they allegedly robbed a man of his mobile phone and later forced him to transfer kshs 67,000 from his Mpesa account to one of the suspects mobile number, made a daring move and called their victim.

The suspect who is being sought by police called his victim Francis Waweru a day after the incident and informed him that his accomplish did not share their day’s loot and that he was ready to share information on the whereabouts of the suspect that would lead to his arrest.

Waweru claims he had just renewed his safaricom line, moments after he received a call from an unknown number.

In the recorded conversation between Waweru and the suspect, the suspect informed him .that his partner in crime had declined to share the money that they violently robbed him in areas of Sabasaba Mombasa County and that following the new development he was ready to share his mobile number for easy tracing.

“I know you do not know me, however we are the ones who robbed you on Tuesday, and all I want is to help you my friend never shared anything from the money we robbed you and he sent the money to his other number just find a way of looking for him am sending you the number he is currently using, “he said before he hung up.

And true to his words he sent the alleged mobile number

During the brief coversation with Waweru he did not want to be questioned on the whereabouts of his crime partner and was hesitant to disclose on how much he was supposed to get from the deal gone sour.

The matter has since been reported at Majengo police post under OB number 16/02/01/2023.

As robbery with violence,the duo held Waweru hostage for 15 minutes threatened to stab him using a knife before forcing him to transfer money from his Mpesa account.

The complainant upon reporting the matter at Makupa police station after a referral from Majengo police where he had reported earlier, the investigating officcer demanded Kshs.2000 to facilitate their travel to arrest the suspects who were holed up in Magongo.

The Iinvestigation officer declined to have the money sent to his mobile phone and instead demanded that the money be withdrawn from the police canteen at Makupa police station which he did.

To date the two suspects are yet to be arrested.

Meanwhile police at Chaani police station, Changanwe sub county Mombasa county have moved to court seeking orders denying two robbery with suspects bond.

The two, Ali Saidi Omar alias Budaa alias Kuba-Bake and Brian Kutayi Omulemba alias Brayoo had on January 22 this year at Pumzika area,Chaani in Changamwe constituency attacked and robbed Kitegaya Francis of his two mobile phones valued at Kshs.27,400.

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