Police release names of 2 key Al Shabaab suspects
17 December 2014, 18:28
Nairobi - Police have released the names of two Kenyan suspects it claims have been helping the Al Shabaab terror group set up camp in the country.
A notice issued by Deputy CID chief Gideon Kimilu names two individuals as very dangerous and has asked members of the public to help with information that will help the police capture the two suspects.
The two have been named as Mohamed Mohamud a.k.a Dulyadin a.k.a Gamadheere from Garissa and Ahmed Iman from Majengo in Nairobi.
" Anybody who spots them or has information on their whereabouts
should pass it to the nearest police station or Administration Police
camp for action. They are extremely dangerous. We thank you in advance for help in this fight, the statement said.
Kimilu added that the two are among key Al Shabaab commanders responsible for a
spate of terror attacks in the country.
The country is still reeling from the death of over 60 Kenyans in Mandera in recent times and the two are said to have helped in the coordination of the attacks.
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