An Australian, Benjamin Gsull, has been arrested for allegedly covering and switching off CCTV cameras of an apartment in Nairobi.
Police had received complaints of an attempted house break-in and were carrying out investigations when they discovered him on the surveillance footage.
Benjamin Gsull~an #Australian national who was found covering & switching off CCTV cameras in an apartment within Nrb was today arrested. Police had earlier received complaints of attempted housebreaking & were carrying out investigations when they discovered him in the footage. pic.twitter.com/3enKlZ6JHA
During a search in his house, police found two rounds of ammunition and a bag of bhang.
Upon searching his house(he stays in the same apartment) rounds of ammunitions & other substances believed to be #bhang were found. He is currently in safe custody & will be charged with being in possession of ammunitions without a firearm certificate among other offences.
Gsull is in police custody and is facing several charges including;
1. Possession of ammunitions without a firearm certificate
2. Possession of narcotic drugs
3. preparation to commit a felony
4. Being illegally present in kenya
5. Failing to register as a foreign national