New twist as rogue cop Caroline Kangogo eludes Police dragnets Withdraws Money From Bank

New development in the case of Carolyne Kangogo the rogue policewoman wanted for the murder of two men, a colleague officer and a security expert after she was traced to a hide out in Nairobi’s Drive-Inn area.

Sleuths revealed that Kangogo evaded several police drag nets laid for her arrest by fellow officers at Kahawa Wendani along Thika road after trailing her to the area.

The suspect also withdrew a sum of 20,000 at a bank in Juja Kiambu County, and a further 40,000 from her police Sacco account that she has been using to finance her travels, hotel bookings and supplies.

Kangogo is also expected to sneak out of Nairobi to Mombasa for her next victim after threatening him, the first husband and senior police officer attached to the Maritime Police unit at the Coast.

Caroline reportedly told the father of her two kids to prepare for his death in a similar manner that her other two victims colleague officer and a security expert met their deaths.

Detectives suspect the officer to on a revenge mission, but could not exactly ascertain the motive behind her killing spree.

They claim the security expert Peter Ndwiga might have sold her a car in dubious means with forged papers, and might have demanded the money back but was constantly ignored.

“We suspect that Kangogo may have demanded the money back but was ignored. It is a theory we are pursuing. We have factual leads,” a detective noted.

“We are leaving nothing to chance. We have made good progress and I thank the DCI headquarters for their support and soon we shall make a breakthrough,” Juja DCIO boss Richard Mwaura added.

This comes as Peter Ndwiga’s 2 widows who were meeting for the first time at general Kago Mortuary clashed after discovering their husband had remarried and was entangled in a love affair with the rogue cop.

“I did not know he had remarried. I have just been informed here at the mortuary that he was married to another woman. I married him in 2006 and we later had a church wedding.

Everything was fine with our marriage but he left us when a business we had opened began to flourish. I have been raising our 13-year-old daughter alone since then. He was a good man before the money drove him away,”Wandiri stated.

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