Why you should stay away from these women named Mary

The suspects arrested within Thika on November 16, 2018. PHOTO | COURTESY

Before you blame witch craft on your mysterious lost items you might want to recall if you by any chance came in contact with these two ambitious women both called Mary.

Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) detectives working on intelligence today arrested two ladies; Mary Nyaguthii Mathari and Mary Nyamwea Gathiaka in Thika for drugging unsuspecting victims before robbing them off.

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The suspects, Mary Nyaguthii Mathari and Mary Nyamwea Gathiaka were accused of drugging unsuspecting victims before robbing them off their valuables.

During the operation, the detectives recovered tablets of Stilnox drugs used to stupefy people in clubs.

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Several SIM cards registered in different names were also recovered. Police believe they were used to withdraw money from the victims’ bank accounts.

“Detectives working on intelligence Today arrested two ladies; Mary Nyaguthii Mathari and Mary Nyamwea Gathiaka in Thika for drugging unsuspecting victims before robbing them off. Several Tablets of Stilnox Drugs used to stupefy people in clubs & several SIM cards recovered,” said the DCI.

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The two suspects will be arraigned in court on Monday and will be charged with the offence of stealing and stupefying.

In the recent past days, several other people have been arrested with similar charges.

How can Kenyans protect themselves from such drugging criminals?

 

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