In a statement, the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), said Maina was the second suspect detectives had netted. "The second suspect in the Dubai cash in transit theft; where millions of shillings were stolen by 3 Kenyans, was arrested yesterday afternoon and and will be arraigned in court today. The first suspect; Rebecca Musau had already been arrested and charged," DCI stated.
The first suspect in the case, Rebecca Musau Mueni was arrested in July while trying to make her way to Tanzania. According to DCI George Kinoti, the suspects were part of six private security firm guards who were transporting the money to a Dubai based ATM on the day the incident happened.
The theft happened in Dubai on Saturday, March 3, and Charles Karanja (still at large) was identified as the prime suspect. When Mueni was arrested in July, police recovered to a tune of KSh 13 million from her Nairobi home.
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