Detectives based in Kitui have recovered exhibits used by the three Kamiti Prison terror escapees during their journey.
According to a police report seen by K24 Digital, the exhibits were recovered following a joint operation by Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) from Mwingi East, Anti Terrorism Police Unit (ATPU) in Garissa and National Police Reservists (NPR).
"At 1430 hours a joint operation comprising of DCI Mwingi East and ATPU Garissa and National Police Reservists from Nuu Ward managed to recover the following exhibit at Mutanda area within Wingemi location of Nuu Ward," the police report read in part.
Three mobile phones and a sheet of paper with three contacts are among the exhibits recovered by police.
"One dismantled phone make Bontel Imei no.353132083738553 and 3531322083738561 (2) one damaged phone Bundy model nev 03 ,Imei no 358043070835739 and 358043070835747 ,(3)a piece of paper written three phone numbers as follows (1)0710208859 indicated self (2)0714586311 indicated wife (3)0726223074 indicated wife (4)one blue face mask," the statement read in part.
Police say the exhibits belong to the three terror convicts who were arrested on Thursday, November 18 in Kitui county while on their way to Somalia.
"The said exhibits are believed to belong to the three escape terrorists:(1)Joseph Juma Odhiambo (2)Musharaf Abudallah (3)Mohammed Ali Abukhar who were arrested on 18-11-2021 at the said area. The exhibit handed over to no.235049 CI Kennedy Musyoki of ATPU Garrisa. Matter PUI. ATPU Garrisa dealing," the report further stated.