By Cyrus Ombati
A British woman wanted in Kenya over terror links is using a forged passport to travel.
According to The Times of London, the woman used a passport in the name of Natalie Faye Webb with a different photograph.
Anti- terrorist officers in Nairobi suspect Lewthwaite, who was married to Jermaine Lindsay, the suicide bomber who blew up a Tube train at Kingâs Cross on July 7, 2005, may have been part of a cell planning a terror attack in Mombasa last Christmas.
Police spokesman Eric Kiraithe told the paper she had been using a number of identities.
"We know quite a bit about her now. She has had three identities in the past and that [ Samantha Lewthwaite] is one possible identity," Kiraithe told the paper.
It is understood that she was tipped off and managed to flee from her hideout before police arrived.
The woman entered the country in November 2011.
Kenyan authorities have been liaising with the Metropolitan Police over the continuing operation.
The Met sent a team of detectives from its Counter Terrorism Command to Nairobi to assist with the investigation and attempts have been made to trace her in Britain.