PHOTOS: 2 WELLS FARGO staff, Anthony Nduiki Waigumo and Daniel Mungai Mugetha, go into hiding after they stole SH94M from Quickmart in Kenya KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Tuesday, November 7, 2023

PHOTOS: 2 WELLS FARGO staff, Anthony Nduiki Waigumo and Daniel Mungai Mugetha, go into hiding after they stole SH94M from Quickmart in Kenya

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that two WELLS FARGO employees, Anthony Nduiki Waigumo and Daniel Mungai Mugetha, goes into hiding after they stole SH94M from Quickmart in Kenya.

The Directorate of Criminal Investigations released images of two Wells Fargo staff who disappeared with Sh94 million Monday morning.

The suspects who have been identified as Daniel Mungai Mugetha (crew commander) and Anthony Nduiki Waigumo (driver) made away with the company’s truck shortly after the money box was loaded, leaving behind the police escort car that was waiting to be flagged off.

“Oblivious that the truck no. KBA 517T they were to escort had minutes earlier snaked away, the armed escort team went to enquire from the management why the loading was taking too long,” the DCI said.

WELLS FARGO DUO FLEE WITH SH94M, MANHUNT LAUNCHED

DCI detectives are pursuing two Wells Fargo staff who earlier today disappeared with Sh94 million after dumping the company vehicle at Dafarm in South C, Nairobi.

In the 6am incident, the two suspects Daniel Mungai Mugetha (crew commander) and Anthony Nduiki Waigumo (driver) sneaked the truck out of the company's Nairobi offices shortly after the money-box was loaded, leaving behind the police escort car that was waiting to be flagged off.

Oblivious that the truck no. KBA 517T they were to escort had minutes earlier snaked away, the armed escort team went to enquire from the management why the loading was taking too long. By the time, neither the truck nor the crew members could be traced.

A report by the company's Investigations Manager indicated that the Isuzu Canter was destined to a bank located at Nairobi's Kenyatta Avenue, ferrying the Sh94 million belonging to a renowned supermarket in the country.

Police in Lang'ata were mobilized to pursue the daring duo, only to trace the empty truck abandoned in South C.

An special operations team has since been deployed to pursue the suspects.

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The police who were waiting to escort the cash from the company vault said they did not know the vehicle had left until almost an hour later.

Officials said the vehicle was destined for a bank located at Nairobi’s Kenyatta Avenue, ferrying the cash belonging to Quickmart Supermarket.

Police in Lang’ata were mobilized to pursue the daring duo, only to trace the empty truck abandoned in South C.

A special operations team has since been deployed to pursue the suspects.

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