Wine and Alcohol among the items Sarah Wairumu wants to collect from Tob Cohen's mansion

Sarah Wairimu, the widow of murdered Dutch Billionaire Tob Cohen, has called on the court to allow her to collect a list of personal belongings that are at her husband's Kitusuru mansion.

Through her lawyer Philip Murgor, she compiled a list of personal items that she needed. 

The long list entailed alcoholic drinks which she says are stored in the kitchen, her office, and in her daughter's bedroom.

Handbags, golfing equipment, foodstuffs, clothes, grooming tools, wine glasses, plates, dishes, cups, and cutlery items topped the list.

Electronics precisely a Briggs and Straton lawn mower, pieces of artwork, assorted furniture, and a Honda generator didn’t miss on the long list.

Wairimu further seeks to oblige the Director of Criminal Investigations to release two dogs and her vehicle (reg no. KBW 171G) which are in state custody.