Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) detectives on Friday, November 20 rescued three girls believed to be among the seven teenagers who have been missing for six days now.
The detectives were drawn from the DCI’s Child Protection Unit, with efforts underway to trace and rescue the remaining four girls.
The seven 16-year-old girls were reported missing on Saturday, November 14.
It is said that the teenage girls, one of them identified as Shanice Ndunge Muoka, were lured out of their homes on Saturday night, and they have never been seen ever since.
In an emotional video made by a cousin to Shanice Ndunge Muoka, the girls were called by a number – +17896663236 under the pretense of being casts for auditions to make money.
Ever since then, the girls have not been seen. Ndunge was last seen in Komarock Estate, Nairobi. The cousin says that the girls may have been sex trafficked.
Distraught families and friends of the girls have tried calling the American number but it is not going through.
A Caucasian male has been thrown into the mix as the last person the girls were in contact with.