9 August 2013
Kenya: Police Probe Theft At Ranguma's Residence
By Justus Ochieng
POLICE in Kisumu are investigating the theft of electronic appliances from Governor Jack Ranguma's house on Wednesday night. Police said there were no signs of forced entry into the house situated in Milimani Estate in the town.
"We suspect the house was accessed either by a master key or a duplicate key to the kitchen door," the police said. A key was recovered next to the gate of the compound. It was not clear whether Ranguma was in the house at the time of the theft. The incident was reported by a worker who realised the items were missing.
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