• Meanwhile, a suspected cattle rustler in Tiaty subounty was on Monday arraigned at Nyahururu law Courts.
• Another suspect will be arraigned at the Lokichar mobile law court on Tuesday.
A multi-agency security team in Laikipia county on Monday recovered a herd of cattle that had been stolen from Ol Moran.
The National Police Service (NPS) said in a statement the herd was found in Amaya location and surrendered to their owners.
It said security teams under the multi-agency umbrella have intensified both proactive and reactive patrols to curb sporadic bandit and cattle rustling attacks in the area.
"We have stepped up measures to ensure we go to those hideouts and flus out criminals as part of measures to deal with security operations once and for all,” Rift Valley regional commissioner Maalim Mohamed said.
He said the multi-agency team is working to smoke out all masterminds behind the bandit attacks who are believed to be hiding in the dense forests of Baringo County.
Meanwhile, a suspected cattle rustler in Tiaty subounty was on Monday arraigned at Nyahururu law Courts.
NPS said Arupe Armarngole Londengo was arrested earlier in connection with cattle rustling in Lolgos area, Kaptuya Location of Tiaty.
"He is the face behind a series of livestock raids within Lonyek areas of Laikipia County" the service said.
Another suspect will be arraigned at the Lokichar mobile law court on Tuesday.
Longor Ewoi was arrested in Kalemngorok ward in Turkana South Sub- County.
Police believe that Ewoi has been behind a string of robberies and livestock raids within Kalemngorok, Kapelbok, and Jiluk areas.