Six male bodies found dumped in Tsavo National Park
Police have found decomposing bodies of six men at Kanga area in Tsavo National Park.
The cause of death is yet to be established.
The bodies were found by KWS rangers on patrol within Kanga.
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Rangers Mark Lesidio amd James Simiti discovered the bodies about 15km east of their station.
“The foul smell prompted them to search the area and discover the male bodies,” a source said.
The bodies had no clothes on them.
They were dumped about a kilometer from the Nairobi-Mombasa Highway.
Officers from Mtito Andei police station and detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigation visited the scene.
They found the bodies scattered from one another within the park.
"The bodies are likely to have been murdered elsewhere and dumped at the park,” the source added.
The bodies were taken to Makindu Hospital mortuary for post mortem and identification.
No identification documents were recovered from the bodies.
Police in Kibwezi are investigating the case.
County commissioner Maalim Mohammed urged those who have lost their relatives to report.
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