New drug Kenyan women are using to steal from men

Now, a new drug has just been uncovered by the police and it's as lethal as the next.

Known as DOMMYCAP the drug was discovered by the Directorate of Criminal Investigation, Gigiri Division after the arrest of one Elizabeth Wangui Mathenge in Dandora. She was wanted for stealing.

On 3rd July 2017, Elizabeth went to Club 1824 on Langata road and met with the victim who was having drinks at the said club. She joined his table and at around 3 am the victim asked for a LittleCab taxi to take him to his residence in Westlands. Elizabeth requested a ride with her new found 'friend' as she was heading home too. Along the way, she removed a pack of chewing gum, took the first PK pellet and offered the victim the next.

Laced with the drug, the chewing gum got the victim drowsy and he claims not to remember anything else. Elizabeth and his belongings were gone.

The police found Elizabeth in a house Dandora, with various stolen phones and other properties with her. She confessed that she was using the drug to steal.

According to Elizabeth, Dommycap which is now under examination is a drug that is diluted and turned into a paste before dropping the gum pellets into it.

The police are now looking for Elizabeth's dealers and other affected persons. The stolen goods were retrieved from her place in Dandora.

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