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DCI “Commandos” arrest three suspects days after Nairobi City Stars Players’ Valuables and Cash were stolen In Kasarani

by Kizito Olengo
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DCI “Commandos” arrest three suspects days after Nairobi City Stars Players’ Valuables and Cash were Stolen  In Kasarani

Three suspects have been arrested in connection to the robbery after Nairobi City Stars players and coaching staff had their belongings pilfered in their dressing room during their FKF Premier League clash against Gor Mahia on Sunday May 29.

In a statement released by the club’s CEO, Patrick Korir, the three were picked up for questioning during Nairobi City Stars’ season-ending game against Talanta FC this past weekend.

Korir revealed that the suspects had been hired as stewards to safeguard the same items that they stole which included 13 mobile phones and Ksh94,050.

“The suspects were stewards hired by Simba wa Nairobi to safeguard the same items that they made away with from a changing room that hosted the team.

“The theft was only discovered at halftime as the squad returned for a pre-second half pep talk,” Korir stated.

The club’s boss pointed out that the new revelations exonerated Kasarani Stadium management for any negligence. He also lauded the facility’s administration for their cooperation during investigations.

“Nairobi City Stars wishes to exonerate Kasarani Stadium management for any negligence and do hereby extend a congratulatory note for their professionalism and cooperation, as well as the Police from the Station within the Stadium led by the OCS, for providing all necessary images from their set of CCTV cameras that led to the identification of the suspects.”

During the robbery, the thieves accessed the locker room and swept clean all phones and cash belonging to the players and the technical bench. This vicious act came a day after the Nairobi City Stars players had received their salaries.

Among those who lost most valuables are defender Kennedy Onyango who lost Sh17,000 and an iPhone 12, while Eric Ouma lost an iPhone worth Sh130,000 among other jewelry and cash he had carried to pay his rent.

Nairobi City Stars were the home team and had deployed stewards in the locker room areas to man the doors, but the suspected thieves accessed the locker room from the windows.

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