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Man arrested with stolen Bata shoes worth Sh1.5million

South Sudan NEWS PORTAL (JUBA CITY)

Police in Kayole, Nairobi County on Saturday arrested a man in connection with an alleged theft of shoes worth Sh1.5 million.

The shoes were recovered in a house within Obama Estate in Kayole and detectives believe that they were bought from various city based Bata shops using fake gift vouchers.

Kayole Sub-County Police Commander Isaac Thuranira said that the suspect Peter Matheka, who is an employee of Bata Shoes Company, failed to explain how he had acquired the shoes.

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“We are now going after the other suspects who worked in cahoots with Mr Matheka. They should explain how they came into possession of such a huge number of shoes,” he said.

In June, detectives in Kisii arrested two suspected fraudsters following the loss of shoes worth more than Sh20 million at Bata Shoe Company.

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