DCI seeks any information that may lead to the arrest of two wanted bank fraud suspects

The two suspects; Gerald Gatheru Mwai and Gladys Mwara Kamau

The Directorate of Criminal Investigations detectives are on the hunt for two suspects believed to be involved in bank fraud offenses.

According to DCI report on Wednesday, the two suspects wanted by detectives are Gerald Gatheru Mwai of ID/No. 23463386 and Gladys Mwara Kamau of ID/No. 27293605.

On Friday, 16th October 2020, Chief Magistrate Court Milimani issued an arrest warrant against the two suspects who are in the wind.

DCI are urging the public to come forward with any information that might lead to the arrest of the two suspects mentioned.

“Any person with information that may lead to their arrest to contact DCI Headquarters-ECCU section, the nearest Police station, call or SMS 0773004776 or email Us on cfu.hqs@cid.go.ke,” DCI posted on Twitter.

Fraud cases have been rising in the country.

In August, five individuals in Kasarani were arrested with over 2,000 unregistered sim cards.

The police were acting on a tip-off from members of the public Pavab apartments on suspicion that the five were engaging in Electronic Money Fraud.

The police recovered 1,720 unregistered Safaricom lines, 429 Airtel lines, five handsets, and five laptops.

They five were Samuel Githinji Njenga, Wilson Mugo Githinji, James Gitonga Maina, John Ngotho Kariuki, and Ian Mbogo Kamau.

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