Police hunt these 2 Chinese men over Sh 70M bank theft

The courts issued a warrant to arrest the two

A Chinese national arraigned in court accompanied by a Kenyan police officer (Twitter)

Police are searching for two Chinese men accused of stealing Sh70 million from their employer, Hu Shi Wen.

Du Fang and Liu Feng Ying are accused of fraudulently transferring the funds from their employer's account while he was away on a trip to China.

Principal Magistrate Peter Ooko granted the warrant of arrest stating that the two needed to answer to the charges against them.

The investigating officer told the court that the two have been on the run since October 2018.

"I pray that this honorable court do issue me warrants of arrest to the suspects to enable me circulate to all police stations in Kenya and Interpol," the officer pleaded.

Chinese men arrested for smuggling

Three Chinese men were recently arrested for being in possession of trophies that include leopard skin, ivory pieces, rhino horn and a live tortoise.

The three were busted in Kilimani area along with a Kenyan national. They also had contraband goods that include cigarettes worth more than Sh2 million.

They also had kilos of meat believed to have been from dogs and other wild animals.

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