Kenya: Bones From Baragoi Massacre Recovered
7 February 2013
Police in Baragoi have recovered the remains of one of the three missing officers who were murdered in the Suguta massacre that left more than 40 police officers dead.
The bones and skull were found in a thicket. Efforts to try and recover the other two missing bodies are ongoing. The murdered policemen were among 150 officers who were ambushed by armed bandits in November last year as they travelled to Suguta Valley, Baragoi to recover stolen livestock.
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