Thugs raid prison and escape with warder's gun
By Antony Gitonga
| March 13th 2016
Naivasha, Kenya: Thugs raided the Naivasha Medium Security Prison where they disarmed a warder and escaped with his gun.
The warder and a colleague were guarding some machinery when the thugs attacked at about 10pm. Naivasha OCPD Titus Munyoki confirmed the incident, and said they had mounted a major search operation to trace the missing G3 rifle.
The injured warder was admitted at the Naivasha Sub-County Hospital, but was reported to be out of danger.
In another incident near Naivasha town, thugs robbed a shop and made away with cash and other personal effects.
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