DCI seeks public’s help to arrest Al-Shabaab suspects linked to several attacks in Lamu

The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) issued a statement on Friday urging the public to come forward with any information that could result in the arrest of four people thought to be associated with the Al-Shabaab terrorist network.

The attackers have been identified as trained, armed, and deadly, and they are thought to be behind recent attacks in Lamu County.

These people have allegedly been connected to a number of previous terrorist attacks that have taken place in the nation, according to the DCI.

No matter how small the piece of information may seem, the agency is pleading with the public to come forward with it in order to help catch and prosecute these dangerous people.

For the purpose of receiving information from the public, the DCI has established a unique hotline. It can be reached at 0800 722 203/999.

The organization has guaranteed the public that calls will remain anonymous and that all information provided will be kept confidential.

The move comes after the US State Department announced a KES 1.2 billion prize on Thursday for information leading to the capture of the terrorist who carried out the 2019 Dusit D2 attack.

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