Crime & Investigation

Police to Sell All Impounded Motorcycles


page sans-serif; font-size: small; line-height: 150%;”>Addressing a press conference today at CPS, the police spokesperson, Patrick Onyango remarked that police have realized an increase in the number of motorcycles accumulating at all Police Stations, causing a lot of congestion given the limited parking space.

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Onyango said despite the police’s increased plea to the owners to pick their motorcycles, a few have responded while the motorcycles are continuing to depreciate and breaking down.

“Some of the motorcycles in question were impounded after the owners got involved in road accidents, others when their riders committed road use offences among others,” Onyango noted.

The required documents to be presented to the Central Police Station include, an original driving permit, original Identity card, a third party license and the original purchase documents of the motor bike.

Some motorcycle owners however say the major reason why some of the motorcycle owners decide to abandon their motorcycles at the stations is because they procured them through unlawful avenues and therefore do not possess the original purchase documents.


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