Fabric worth Sh23m stolen in Mombasa found hidden in Eastleigh
By Evelyne Musambi
Police on Tuesday evening recovered rolls of fabric worth Sh23 million that were stolen from an Export Processing Zone (EPZ) firm in Mombasa.
The fabric was found hidden at a go-down in Eastleigh.
The navy blue and beige colored fabric was reported to have been stolen on March 14 while on transit from Mombasa port to Changamwe Mega EPZ.
Detectives traced the fabric to a go-down located inside Mabruk House in Eastleigh.
Police are yet to arrest any suspects but according to a tweet by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations, officers are pursuing leads.
Detectives acting on information today evening recovered a large consignment of rolls of Garments-worth millions of shillings-in a GoDown at Mabruk House in Eastleigh. The consignment was reported stolen on 14th March 2019 while on Transit from Mombasa Port to Changamwe Mega EPZ. pic.twitter.com/T4eFEQTarf
— DCI KENYA (@DCI_Kenya) March 26, 2019