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Businessman arrested in botched robbery

27 November 2012, 14:33

Naivasha - The Standard reports that, there was drama in Naivasha when police accosted a group of thugs including a Nairobi businessman who were on a robbery mission.

Gunshots rent the air as police managed to arrest three of the suspects including the trader while seven others managed to escape.

The suspects had traveled from Nairobi and were in the process of robbing a construction site when police moved in.

- For more details visit the Standard

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