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Nakuru residents shocked by discovery of three bodies in Dundori Forest


Residents of Nakuru have been gripped by fear after three unidentified bodies were retrieved from Dundori Forest on Friday evening.


Nakuru North Sub-County Police Commander Samson Andanje said the decomposed bodies had physical injuries.


The bodies were discovered at around 4PM by locals who had been contracted by a government agency to clear a section of the forest.


“We went to the scene and found the bodied of three youthful men placed next to each other. They appeared to have been tortured as they bore physical injuries,” Standard quotes Andanje.


The police boss pointed out that the victims may have been killed elsewhere and dumped in the forest.


Locals reported that the bodies were naked and even had burn signs, which could possible mean their killers used extreme methods of torture.


All three bodies were moved to a Nakuru mortuary for postmortem.

Police have since opened investigations into their deaths.


Missing Voices strongly condemns the killings, which only add more questions to the already existing challenges of unexplained disappearances and deaths in Kenya.


The gruesome acts come even as Kenyans are waiting for answers from security agencies on the bodies discovered in River Yala.


So far, 39 bodies have been retrieved from the water way, which grabbed news headlined earlier this year for being a dumping site for murdered persons.


We would like to urge the National Police Service and the Directorate of Criminal Investigations to conduct through investigations into the deaths of the bodied discovered in Dundori, find their killers and prosecute them in accordance with Kenyan laws.


We also hope their bodies can be identified and returned to their families.



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