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Police: Man ferrying bhang fled crash scene

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By Gilbert Kimutai | October 11th 2021
Police in Bomet have launched a man hunt for a driver of a saloon car that was involved in an accident along Bomet-Sotik highway while ferrying six sacks of bhang whose street value is yet to be established. [Gilbert Kimutai, Standard]

Police in Bomet are looking for a driver of a saloon car that was involved in an accident on Sotik-Narok road while ferrying six sacks of bang. Bomet Central Police Commander Musa Imamai said the driver escaped after the crash.

He said the suspect must have been badly injured and in hospital, but not in the Bomet ones, as police search there have borne no fruit.

“We suspect this was a convoy and when this vehicle was involved in the accident an accompanying one was used to whisk him away,” he said.   

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