Mr Mesel hit the headlines last month after it emerged that he sent her girlfriend, Ms Felesta Nyamathira Njoroge, over $914,967 (Ksh102 million)
Mr Mesel hit the headlines last month after it emerged that he sent her girlfriend, Ms Felesta Nyamathira Njoroge, over $914,967 (Ksh102 million). {photo/ Courtesy]

[dropcap]D[/dropcap]etectives on Tuesday a******d a woman who, alongside two other Kenyans, are wanted in the United Arab Emirates in connection with Ksh140 million (Dh5 million) h***t in Dubai.

Kenyan police working with the International C******l Police Organisation, Interpol, a******d Rebecca Mweni Musau and seized Ksh13 million from her new house in Ruai. The officers a******d Ms Musau at the Namanga border following a tip-off from Immigration officials who realised that her passport had been flagged.

She was brought to Nairobi and was forced to direct officers to her house where they found the money, believed to have been part of the loot seized while on transit three months ago.

Head of the Bureau of Investigations at the Directorate of C******l Investigations Joseph Kariuki said the s*****t may have arrived in the country earlier but travelled to Tanzania this week for other businesses.

Ms Musau, alongside Charles Karanja and another s*****t the DCI asked us not to name because it would jeopardise investigations, escaped after the r*****y and the UAE security officials, in collaboration with Kenyan and Interpol officer, have been hunting for them.

Dubai’s Ministry of International Corporation wrote to the Kenyan authorities asking them to help trace the two Kenyans. Ms Mweni is suspected to have escaped together with Mr Karanja, who worked as a security guard, according to Khaleej Times.

The two, are suspected to have stolen the money from a vehicle that was transporting the cash to an ATM at a popular shopping mall in the city.

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Local Dailies in Dubai reported that Mr Karanja had distracted his colleagues at the mall before vanishing with the money alongside a male and a female at around 10.30pm on March 2.

Two weeks after the h***t, Dubai Police a******d Mr Karanja at an apartment in Al Nahda, Sharjah. Another security guard was also a******d but it turned out that it had been a case of mistaken identity. He was later released.

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