Langas-Eldoret;Police arrests two Notorious thugs terrorising "Bodaboda" operators around Hawaii area

Area residents can now take a deep breath as police recovers stollen motorcycle from notorious thugs,managing to arrest two.

  • The gun is fond of terrorising "Motorcycle" -Bodaboda riders in Uasin Gishu and neighboring constituencies
  • The gang are said to be walking around with crued weapons,which they use to attack unknowing bodaboda operators robbing them off their motorcycle.
  • They managed to recover a recently stolen motorcycle and now Police urges area residents to report such cases or help with on going investigation.

Thomas Elepelem and Paul Marai were arrested yesterday during a successful raid at Hawaii.The two were among a group of thugs terrorising local bodaboda operators among hardworking residents off their hard earned properties.Confirming the incidence, Police official running the operations  disclosed that the two notorious suspected criminal involved in storming local premises in uasin Gishu,Bugundei area were arrested while on another robbery mission.

Thomas and Paul are said to be part of a gang group made of more than three individuals.They were ambushed by police along Eldoret-Iten Road following a tip off by area residents.The gang are said to be walking around with crued weapons,which they use to attack unknowing bodaboda operators robbing them off their motorcycle.Wilson Abdupa,Langas OCPD also added that they received a call from area resident who informed the police about the on going criminal operation along Eldoret-iten road near Hawaii area where they were busted with some fleeing to their rescues living one in police custody.He was taken in by the police where they managed to extract useful information that led to the arrest of the second crime mate.They managed to recover a recently stolen motorcycle.

The two are currently spending the night at Langas police station as they awaits to appear before the court,facing robbery with violence charges.Uasin Gishu residents are urged to report such criminal cases and also to appear at Langas police station to identify their stolen goods,including one motorcycle.