• My daughter, you did not do a good thing by killing people. Come and say if there is a problem.
• They asked the families of the victims who Caroline has killed for forgiveness.
The family of fugitive cop Caroline Kangogo is pleading with her to surrender to authorities.
In a prayer meeting held at her Elgeyo Marakwet home, the parents expressed regrets over their daughter's latest actions.
They asked the families of the victims who Caroline has killed for forgiveness.
Her father, Barnaba Kibor is a retired Inspector of Police pleaded with her daughter to turn herself in.
"I would tell my daughter to present herself to the police because she is also an officer who knows the law. She should surrender and hand over the weapon to the government," Caroline's father said.
The mother of the killer cop was in disbelief over how her daughter has turned out to be dangerous.
"My daughter, you did not do a good thing by killing people. Come and say if there is a problem. Sorry to the people who were killed by my daughter. She is my first child and i don't know what has become of her. She is very loving, i am very shocked. I am so shocked, she would have come home," said her mother Leah Kangogo.
According to Caroline's brother Mark Kangogo, Caroline was a good person who would visit her parents regularly and support them.
The DCI termed Caroline as dangerous and armed after she killed Constable John Ongweno in Nakuru and Peter Ndwiga in Ruiru.