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Manhunt On For Burglars Who Broke Into Catholic Church In Kericho, Stole Cash

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Police have launched a manhunt for burglars who broke into a Catholic church in Litein, Kericho County and made away with cash.

Reports according to the DCI reveal the unknown burglars broke into a pastoral residence of St Mark Catholic Parish, in Litein, and left with an unspecified amount of money.

The thugs also reportedly vandalized the tabernacle, a liturgical furnishing used to house the Eucharist.

“The Parish Priest Fr Moses Langat, reported to authorities at Litein police station, that on the night of May 31 and June 1st, unknown thugs broke into their house by shattering a windowpane while he and other priests were fast asleep,” the DCI said.

So far, crime scene detectives processed the scene and forensics obtained to bring the burglars to book.

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Written by Mercy Auma

Passionate about human interest stories and politics. Email news@kahawatungu.com

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