CCTV footage often come in handy in solving cases of crime and terrorismÂ
Last week, the DCI appealed to members of the public with information on a man suspected to have been behind a blast in the Nairobi CBD to report to the nearest police station
The Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) on Friday evening announced the arrest of an Australian national who was found switching off CCTV cameras in a Nairobi apartment.
Residents of the said apartment had complained of attempted burglary in recent days and investigations are underway to determine those behind the act.
â€œBenjamin Gsull~an #Australian national who was found covering & switching off CCTV cameras in an apartment within Nrb was today arrested.
"Police had earlier received complaints of attempted housebreaking & were carrying out investigations when they discovered him in the footage,â€ read a tweet by the DCI.
CCTV footage often come in handy in solving cases of crime and terrorism and have been heavily used by police in recent months to solve a number of cases.
Last week, the DCI appealed to members of the public with information on a man suspected to have been behind a blast in the Nairobi CBD to report to the nearest police station.
In the footage, a man can be seen holding luggage while walking near the scene of the blast.
A newspaper vendor and a handcart pusher were injured in the explosion that occurred last month.
The vendor had been given a parcel to transport in his cart which exploded minutes after the owner had excused himself.
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