Police officer among those arrested after plan to withdraw Sh28.5million backfired
By Fay Ngina
| July 5th 2020
including a police officer, were arrested on Saturday, July 4, after a plan to
withdraw Sh28.5 million an account held at KCB Bank-Busia town branch backfired.
Three suspects, Bhavin Ramesh, Vijay Jamnaday, and Desmond
Lusweti were arrested after detectives from the Directorate of Criminal
Investigations followed a discrepancy in a transaction form.
“Arrest of three suspects followed a discrepancy noted in
the transaction form presented to the branch manager that bore a different ID
No. to that of the account holder,” said the DCI.
After interrogating the three suspects, the detectives
arrested Police Constable Kipkirui Tanui attached at the Wilson Airport and
Alex Kimeli, an alleged businessman.
Constable Tanui and Kimeli, who been waiting in a getaway
car parked outside the banking hall, were trailed by the detectives and
arrested at Ahero in Kisumu County.
The five suspects were booked into custody as the detectives
continued with further investigations.
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