Detectives have impounded two vehicles for evasion of duty through an organized scheme which purports that they were manufactured at a fictitious company in Mombasa.
In a tweet, the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) said the two Mercedes Benz (registration numbers KCR 565 W and KCR 195 P) which were impounded on Saturday, belong to Ms. Cynthia Wanjiru Gitonga and Mr. John Mwangi respectively.
Detectives yesterday confiscated two vehicles- one belonging to Ms. Cynthia Wanjiru Gitonga & another to Mr. John Mwangi. The vehicles were declared semi trailers hence evaded duty through an organized scheme that claims they were manufactured at a fictitious company in Mombasa. pic.twitter.com/TSDc9q2ebv— DCI KENYA (@DCI_Kenya) March 16, 2019
According to the DCI, the two vehicles were declared as having been manufactured as trailers in a Mombasa-based company.
Three vehicles confirmed stolen in #INTERPOL’s Motor Vehicles data base, have been intercepted by @DCI_Kenya Detectives concealed in two containers on transit to Uganda from the United Kingdom. The three vehicles are: Range Rover Sport, Range Rover Vogue and Land Rover Discovery. pic.twitter.com/hpEtFUz71m— DCI KENYA (@DCI_Kenya) March 7, 2019
Just the other week the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) intercepted and impounded three high-end fuel guzzlers at the Mombasa Port which were on transit to Uganda.
The three vehicles – Range Rover Sport, Range Rover Vogue, and Land Rover Discovery – which were confirmed stolen in Interpol’s motor vehicles database were reportedly concealed in a container which was supposed to be ferrying household goods.