DCI Officers Fire Shots to Help Handcuffed Colleagues Escape EACC Trap

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The Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission has launched a manhunt for two DCI officers who escaped moments after they had been arrested for soliciting for bribe from a foreigner.

The two DCI officers who had been hand cuffed were freed by colleagues from the Kabete Police Station.

The EACC says the police officers from Kabete fired in the air to help their handcuffed colleagues escape.

” The two suspects are officers were arrested by officers & handcuffed but were rescued by their colleagues from Kabete Police Station who fired several rounds of ammunition as warning shots to facilitate the escape of their colleagues,” wrote the EACC on Twitter.

Kabete DCIO is helping the EACC officials to find the suspects.


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