Police arrested four people who are suspected of having stolen eggs at the home of Deputy President William Ruto in Sugoi.
4 arrested after caught stealing at Ruto's home
4 caught stealing from Ruto's home
According to Eldoret West police boss Zachariah Bittok, the four who reside at the Sugoi home of DP Ruto denied the allegations although investigations had been carried out.
A manager at the DP's farm had reported that 10 crates of eggs were missing in an unclear circumstance on Monday before police probed the allegations.
Police carried out a thorough search of the trays of eggs and busted two people with the items which had been reported missing.
"We recovered trays from various suspects. Some had two, three and so forth. We are questioning the suspects," Bittok said.
"Our initial investigation revealed that four workers who reside inside the homestead were involved in the theft but they all denied," he added.
Bitok further stated they were investigating to establish if the workers colluded with outsiders to steal from the farm which is guarded by officers from the General Service Unit.
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