The police will look into a double homicide that took place in a four-bedroom in South C on Monday.
Although the building in which a woman and her daughter were murdered in Nairobi did not have CCTV, police will rely on cameras in the estate to get leads on their killers.
A police source privy to the investigations revealed that they are looking to trace a black Toyota Prado which reportedly dropped off the women at around 2 am on Sunday before their lifeless bodies were discovered.
“We believe that the cameras will help us get the car’s registration number, its owner and occupants when it dropped off the women,” he said.
The detectives on the case will also rely on data from the mobile phones belonging to the dead woman and her daughter to unravel their murders.
Judith Wanjiku, a retired Treasury employee and her daughter Catherine Nyaguthie (47) were found murdered in their four-bedroom house at Golden Gate estate in South B on Monday.
According to a police report, the two were found strangled in their separate bedrooms.
“Judith was found lying on bed facing down with a sisal rope around her neck with blood oozing from her mouth,” the report read.
Catherine, a former Cooperative Bank employee, was found lying on the floor of her bedroom with injury marks around her neck.
Police are trying to piece together information on the duo’s movements on the fateful night so as to get to those who killed them.
Police spent a better part of the day dusting the entire house as they quizzed several people on the murders.