Images of two Wells Fargo employees who are allegedly responsible for KSh 94 million in theft from Quickmart have been made public by the DCI.


Anthony Nduiki Waigumo at Quickmart



Monday morning was the early hour of the theft, and the DCI's detectives are actively looking for the perpetrators.


The crew commander, Daniel Mungai Mugetha, and the driver, Anthony Nduiki Waigumo, were named as the suspects who stole the truck from the company's Nairobi offices.

Pictures of the two Wells Fargo employees who are suspected of stealing KSh 94 million from quickmart have been made public by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations.


The investigating agency made public the photos along with the news that its detectives were actively pursuing the two people who were allegedly responsible for the crime early on Monday.



The crew commander, Daniel Mungai Mugetha, and the driver, Anthony Nduiki Waigumo, stole the truck covertly from the company's Nairobi offices, according to a statement released by the DCI on Twitter.

They left the police escort car behind while they awaited formal authorization to go with them. This happened soon after the money box had been filled.


The team providing armed escort asked management why loading was taking too long, not realising that the truck with the number KBA 517T they were supposed to accompany had already left.

Nevertheless, the two workers had vanished into thin air by the time they realised this.

The Isuzu Canter was carrying Sh94 million from a well-known supermarket in the nation to a bank on Kenyatta Avenue in Nairobi, according to a report from the company's investigations manager, the DCI stated.

Anthony Nduiki Waigumo at Quickmart



At South C, the vacant truck was discovered left unattended.

The DCI claims that a special team has since been sent out to find the suspects.


Two persons accused of stealing more than KSh 700,000 from their Mombasa employer have been charged elsewhere.

On March 10, 2023, in the Changamwe region, Zanjabil Musumba Mbururu and Desmol Dust Wamalwa were charged with embezzlement from their employer, Kumar Prateshkumar Prassana.


As per the charges sheet presented before Shanzu Law Courts, the co-accused and other unnamed parties planned to steal KSh 700,000 and a motorbike worth KSh 60,000 from Prassana to commit a criminal offence.


 

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