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Police in Naivasha has discovered body parts believed to be those of a missing truck driver who went missing in unclear circumstances while ferrying bitumen worth millions of shillings.

The body parts were discovered in Kedong ranch off the Naivasha-Mai Mahiu road by herders a day after the driver and cargo disappeared.

Earlier, the empty trailer was found abandoned in the streets of Naivasha with the seats soaked in blood before it was towed to the area police station.

It all started after the trailer which was ferrying 150 drums of bitumen from Mombasa to Nairobi was found parked in Naivasha town on Saturday morning.

According to Naivasha OCPD Samuel Waweru, motorcycle operators informed police over the trailer and on inspection, it was established that the seats were covered in blood.

He said that all the cargo was missing, raising fears that the suspects’ carjacked the driver, killed him before making away with the cargo.

“We cannot trace the driver and the owners reported that the trailer which was supposed to be ferrying the bitumen to Nairobi was missing,” he said on Sunday.

And as the officers were investigating the incident, the body parts were found in the Sanctuary area off the busy Naivasha-Mai Mahiu road.

The OCPD said that the skull and legs were missing, raising fears that the body parts were eaten by wild animals from the nearby Mt Longonot national park.

“We believe that the recovered body parts and clothes belong to the missing driver and we have so far arrested two suspects in connection with the incident,” he said.

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