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A man, 27, who exhumed his father's remains in Nakuru to allegedly retrieve leather shoes has been arrested.

A man, 27, who exhumed his father's remains in Nakuru to allegedly retrieve leather shoes has been arrested.

The bizarre incident occurred at the family's home in Maseno village, Subukia sub-county.

Nakuru Police Commander Stephen Matu said the suspect wanted to sell the shoes the late John Ndonye was buried in back in 2015.

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It was not clear what state the suspect's mental health was in, but the police referred him to a psychiatrist for examination before his arraignment.


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