Fresh Shocking Details On The Murder Of Mary Wambui. What We Know So Far

Fresh Shocking Details On The Murder Of Mary Wambui. What We Know So Far


Fresh Shocking Details On The Murder Of Mary Wambui. What We Know So Far

Detectives at the Directorate of Criminal Investigations, Kiambu County branch, have made a major breakthrough that could help solve the gruesome murder of Mary Wambui allegedly by his husband, Joseph Kori, and a third party, Judy Wangui, who is said to be the girlfriend of Joseph Kori.
  • Suspect believed to have been part of the team that ferried the body of Mary Wambui from Four Ways Junction Estate, Kiambu Road, to Juja has been arrested and questioned by detectives.
  • The suspect used a Toyota Noah to transport the body. The vehicle has not yet been found by the police but he might be arraigned in court on Tuesday or Wednesday. He was lured into a trap by the police on Monday afternoon.
  • Preliminary investigations show that the main suspects, Joseph Kori and his girlfriend Judy Wangui, may not have been at the murder scene.
  • The motorist in police custody entered the residence of Mary Wambui at around midnight and left minutes after. Tracking of the Toyota Noah with a KCK registration indicate that he drove to Juja where he stayed up to 2am. The body of Mary Wambui was found later in the morning.
  • The suspect was in constant communication with Judy Wangui and even gave him his car with a KCE registration number. Judy left the car in a hotel after it allegedly failed to start.
  • A day before her murder, the deceased and Judy Wangui spent the better part of the day together and drove to Wambui's residence using her Mercedes Benz.
  • The police are looking for a taxi driver who is said to have rejected the offer to ferry the body of Mary Wambui. He was captured by CCTV cameras at the security desk of the residence registering his check in.
  • The police have refused to delve into further details that could jeopardize their investigations but sources within the directorate indicate that a major breakthrough that will shape the case moving forward has been made.

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