2 Wells Fargo employees vanishes with Quick Mart’s 94 million shillings

The Wells Fargo employees were set to move the money to Kenyatta Avenue Family Bank Branch

On Monday, November 6, two employees of Well Fargo disappeared with a whooping 94 millions shillings. The money was set to be moved Kenyatta Avenue Family Bank Branch in Nairobi CBD.

According to reports, the two employees identified as Antony Ndiuki and Charles Mugetha left the Company’s office at 8:30 am, on board the company’s car with the huge some of money.

As reported by the police, the heist had been meticulously planned, evident from the fact that the suspects discreetly left the company’s headquarters without the customary police escort.

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After executing the heist successfully, Mugetha and Ndiuki then dumped the company’s vehicle near Dafam area in South C next to the southern bypass and went missing with the money.

According to Police, the huge sum of money was from Quick Mart supermarkets’ weekend sales and was to be transported to the Kenyatta Avenue Family Bank branch.

The first alert came from Administration Police (AP), Who were set to escort the duo. The sensed danger after they waited for the Wells Fargo company’s car but they did not see it.

The incident was reported at the Akila Police Station in Lang’ata, and the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) detectives took up the matter.

The DCI sleuths have launched investigations into the issue and a manhunt for the two suspects is ongoing.

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