The number of people reported missing after the Westgate mall attack dropped from 59 to 39, the Kenya Red Cross Society (KRCS) announced Monday (September 30th).
KRCS Secretary General Abbas Gullet said more information would be provided after investigations are completed, Kenya's Daily Nation reported.
Meanwhile, Kenyan security forces have arrested three people accused of looting shops at the Westgate mall after the four-day al-Shabaab siege was declared over, Secretary of Interior and Co-ordination of National Government Joseph Ole Lenku said on Sunday.
He said that anyone with information about looting at the mall should come forward and inform authorities so that action can be taken against them, Kenya's Capital FM reported.
Lenku also said that one more suspect in connection with the mall attack was arrested Sunday, bringing to nine the number of people in custody.
Top Kenyan security bosses held a meeting Sunday to discuss the proper response to the Westgate incident, and to evaluate the adequacy of the country's counter-terrorism strategy, Kenya's The Standard reported.