Police in Nairobi have launched a search for robbers who broke into the home of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Noordin Haji on Thursday night and stole some valuables.
The unknown assailants are said to have gained entry into the residence through the main gate and made their way to the main house where they stole two Apple laptops, a 75-inch Samsung TV, a Sony PlayStation 4, assorted shoes, and two bags, according to a police report.
Those who were in the house including Haji’s children and two house helps identified as Yoseph Mutindi and Sidi Safari did not get wind of the situation. Haji was not in the house located in Riverside, Nairobi at the time of the incident.
Reports indicate that Stephen Mutua was the sole police officer on sentry duty at the premises during the robbery.
Police have since processed and documented the scene pending further investigations by detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI).