Four students from a secondary school in Narok County were on Tuesday night nabbed with a dead body of a taxi driver who had been reported missing.
The Fanaka Secondary School teenagers were caught by police officers ferrying the decomposing body along the Nakuru-Nyahururu road using a stolen Toyota Premio car.
“The suspects had placed the decomposing body of the driver in the car’s boot when they were arrested by police officers who have been tracking the vehicle from Narok Town,” Nakuru Officer Commanding Police Division (OCPD) Musa Kongoli was quoted by the Nation.
Police also recovered school uniforms of the school from the vehicle.
According to the police, the car was hijacked on Saturday night in Narok Town when the driver also went missing.
OCPD Kongoli indicated that the four were being questioned in connection with the murder of the taxi driver and would face murder charges in court.
Source: Daily Nation