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Police on high alert over possible terror attack

14 December 2012, 11:05

Nairobi - Police in Nairobi are on high alert after they were informed that a car packed with explosives was headed for a mission in the city centre.

According to the Standard, the navy blue Subaru Forester car registration number KAQ152E, said to be carrying ready bombs for detonation then, drove through dragnets on Thursday as police sounded an alarm saying they wanted it.

It has not been found since then and it is not clear if the information on it carrying the explosives is indeed credible. This was after it emerged that the same gang of three had changed the explosives to another car on Thursday night.

- For more details visit the Standard

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