2 Brothers Suspected Of Killing Their Dad Then Dumping The Kin In River(pictures)
Body Of An Aged Man Retrieved From River, Cops Are Suspecting He Was Killed By His 2 Sons.
Grief, Two brothers have killed their father. The scene is in Njuthine village, Meru County.
Going thru the reports, the two brothers partnered with their uncle to devote the crime.
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According to officials' documents, the three suspected are said to have committed the crime then dumped the deceased at Guato river.
According to Njuthine citizens, the 3 may have devoted the scene over four days in the past.
The primary reason was, they had been looking for the deceased for the closing four days in view that he went missing.
Narrating the scene, these days within the morning an eyewitness noticed a leg floating on the ground and the frame sank as he organized to dive into the water.
Afterwards, the frame became located after a 3-hour are trying to find.
Note, the deceased's call is Kinyua, his two sons' names are Phineas and Mutuma, and the uncle's call is Bernard.
So some distance, detectives are on with their investigations. They have already arrived on the scene and determined bloodstains on the ground, curtains, garments, and gumboots at her Bernard’s house.
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