The Directorate of Criminal Investigations through the DCI boss George Kinoti has constituted a special team to investigate the disappearance and further killing of the four Kitengela friends.
Kinoti eari earlier today formed the special team after receiving an order from the police Inspector General Hillary Mutyambai.
Speaking from the police training school in Kiganjo Nyeri, Mutyambai noted that the team had already began their investigations into the matter.
Reports from the Inspector General indicates that the team is to give a conclusive report on the matter within one month period.
“This morning, I directed the DCI homicide team to investigate this matter in order to get to the bottom of it…The team has already begun its work,” Mutyambai said.
This comes after the police recovered two bodies of the missing four friends in different mortuaries.
A third body earlier believed to be that of their accomplice Jack Ochieng has since been disowned by the family.
“We came to Murang’a to identify him but the body that we saw is not my brother’s. The body is still fresh and I can say for a fact that he is not my brother.
“His ear is not the same, his teeth, hairstyle are different and the clothes he was wearing are not his,” Ochieng told this writer.
The four friends went missing after having lunch out together at a joint in Kitengela with their car a Toyota mark X later recovered 500m away from the joint where they had parked it.
Their disappearance was made public after a social media post asking Kenyans to help authorities and their families find the four was shared on The Nairobi Crime-Free Society Facebook page.
Police reports had indicated having found three bodies of the four missing friends as of yesterday, Thursday, April 29.
Murang’a County DCI boss Daniel Kandie confirmed that their officers were working with their Kajiado counterparts to investigate what led to their mysterious deaths.