• The decomposing bodies were found dumped by KWS rangers.
• The bodies were moved to Makindu Hospital mortuary for post-mortem and identification.
Six decomposing bodies were on Tuesday found dumped at the Tsavo West National Park by Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) rangers.
Officials said KWS rangers were on patrol at Kanga area within the park when they encountered a foul smell and sought the source and later stumbled on the burnt bodies in a thicket.
The bodies were naked when they were discovered and are believed to be all male.
Police said they believe the six were likely murdered elsewhere before being dumped in the park.
They were moved to Makindu Hospital mortuary for post-mortem and identification.