Australian man arrested in Nairobi for interfering with CCTV cameras

Benjamin Gsull

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.

DCI KENYA

@DCI_Kenya

Benjamin Gsull~an 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

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During a search in his house, police found two rounds of ammunition and a bag of bhang.

DCI KENYA

@DCI_Kenya

Upon searching his house(he stays in the same apartment) rounds of ammunitions & other substances believed to be were found. He is currently in safe custody & will be charged with being in possession of ammunitions without a firearm certificate among other offences.

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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

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