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Nairobi Businessman Offers KSh 50K Each For Anyone Who Finds His Stolen Laptops, Computers

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A Nairobi businessman is offering a reward for anyone who will find stolen laptops and computers from their shop. Photo: Titus Kurunzi.

A Nairobi businessman has promised a reward for anyone who finds laptops and computers stolen from his shop.

Titus Kurunzi said the shop named Kurunzi Tech Ltd on Mfangano Street was vandalised on Tuesday, June 25.

According to Kurunzi, everything in the shop was stolen.

The vandalism and looting had begun in the Nairobi CBD after protests turned ugly.

Titus said he would offer KSh 50k to any person who would find one laptop with a matching serial number even if it takes 10 years.

He shared his number for those with information to reach him.

“There some people who are asking me what I will do after our shop Kurunzi TECH LTD was vandalized took everything. Am requesting your help to help me circulate the attached computers and accessories and their serial numbers,”

“We will offer 50K to anyone who will ever find even one laptop with matching serial number now or in future even if it takes 10 years. 0706789734.” He said.

Recently, detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) recovered five suspected stolen motor vehicles at a homestead in Kamulu on Monday morning, June 17, 2024.

They also arrested a prime suspect, Salesio Njagi Kiura.

The pursuit of the suspect followed a June 10, 2024 report referred to DCI Buruburu regarding the theft of a car Reg. No. KDJ 366C Toyota Ractis.

It was stolen at Nairobi’s Umoja Innercore, whose owner found missing moments after parking it at a spot.

Acting on intelligence, CRIB detectives from Nairobi Regional Headquarters and DCI Buruburu.

With them were KPS officers from Kamulu Police Station who proceeded to Kamulu along Josna Road.

When they reached Kiura’s residence they reported a stolen car was found while being dismantled.