Man lynched by mob in Sindo town

Written by on December 22, 2020

By Dickens Ochieng

A middle aged man has been lynched by mob in Sindo town, Kakasingri Central location of Suba South constituency for stealing five bulls last evening.

The suspect whose identity is yet to be established reportedly stole bulls from Komungu location in the neighboring Ndhiwa constituency.

The suspect allegedly stole the cattle on Sunday and he has been driving them in bushes to avoid being spotted by the public.

 It is reported that he sold two bulls on the way before he reached Sindo town where the residents became suspicious because the animals were not familiar to them.

 The owner of the cattle who had been trailing the suspect informed the villagers that his bulls were stolen by the same suspect, unfortunately the mob mounted him with crude weapons killing him on the spot.

According to the area Chief Daniel Magadi, the man stole five bulls and sold two of them in Sindo.

Suba Sub-county Police Commander Antony Njeru who confirms the incident, says the suspect lacked identification documents with him.

The body was moved to Sindo sub county Hospital morgue.

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