This while they were undermining to shoot any individual who might set out to shout.
The shooters then hurried off with the kid utilizing an auto that is said to have been stopped some place behind the house.
Dependable sources say that a suspect has been captured regarding the episode and is being held at Thika police headquarters for cross examination.
The family said they have no clue who could be behind the attack, saying they don’t have any issues with their business partners and companions.
They have, be that as it may, been getting calls from abnormal individuals requesting buy-off extending from sh3,000 to Sh10,000 — calls which they think are from Kenyans trying to capitalize on their quandary after their contacts circulated around the web in a blurb shared via web-based networking media.
“We have educated the police about the calls and they have exhorted us as needs be. We simply need our child back or left some place open where we can follow him. We trust he doesn’t get hurt,” said Kelson’s dad.