Just a few weeks after Naijacrawl reported that a Kenyan policeman that killed her two ex-boyfriends, the fugitive police officer named Caroline Kangogo who is believed to have killed a male colleague in Nakuru and another man in Juja was found dead at her parent's home in Anin village, Elgeyo Marakwet County at 8am on Friday has been confirmed dead, her lifeless body was discovered lying in a bathroom at her parents' home and moved to Iten County Referral Hospital mortuary.
According to Rift Valley Regional Commissioner George Natembeya, Kangogo died of self-inflicted gunshot wounds to the head. However, a postmoterm report is yet to be done.
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Kangogo was the main suspect for the murder of two men - John Ogweno, a police oficer and Peter Ndwiga, a businessman in Juja. Detectives say the Nakuru based cop shot dead her colleague, constable Ogweno, on Monday, July 5 and fled to Juja where she allegedly killed Ndwiga, 32, in a hotel room.
According to hotel attendants, Ndwiga checked into the Kimbo facility on July 5, 2021, at around 4:30pm in the company of an unidentified woman and booked room number 107. Kagongo was later spotted on CCTV exiting the room at around midnight before fleeing to an unknown destination. Ndwiga’s body was later found on the bed.
Her training and experience as a crime-buster in the police service seemed to have worked in her favour making it difficult for the police to pin her down. Details from her file portray her as an experienced, well-trained and widely travelled person.
“She has served in Mombasa, Nyeri and Nakuru and hails from Elgeyo Marakwet. These and the alleged multiple lovers in different counties makes her elusive and unpredictable,” said a detective.
“This is a person who has interacted with every aspect of hunting criminals. She knows how we are doing it and this gives her an opportunity to be a step ahead," the detective said.