A Kenyan official says suspected members of the Somalia-based extremist group al-Shabab have killed five police officers in the northern county of Mandera.
Kenyan authorities have beefed up security along Somali border in Mandera County after Somali militants, Al-Shabaab killed five police officers on Tuesday evening.
Bundotich said the first attack targeted a group of Administration police officers who were on patrol where two officers and three reservists were killed.
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The militants had "waylaid the unsuspecting patrol team". A team responding to the attack was also attacked and their lorry burnt, " said Mr Bundotich.
The media reported that two of them were drivers, other two were officers of the Intelligence service and the fifth had the intention to immolate itself with the use of a vehicle that would explode in another action, but was captured by the security forces.
Buses on the Mandera-Nairobi route have since switched to Marsabit-Moyale road, which is considered safer.
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KDF spokesman David Obonyo said a vehicle that had been taken away by the terrorists during the attack on the police station was destroyed after explosives it was carrying exploded during a gun fight that ensued between the soldiers and the militants.
Saleh said more personnel had been sent to the area in efforts to repulse the attackers who locals claim had been sighted there in the past weeks.
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