Police has offered a Sh 2 million bounty reward for a most wanted terrorsist.
A terror suspect believed to be the mastermind of attacks in Mandera in 2015vthat left 14 people killed is believed to have crossed back to Kenya from Somalia.
Police has warned the terrorist identified as Mohamed Dubow who has been hiding in Somalia since the July 2015 attack in Mandera has sneaked back into the country and believed to be armed and dangerous.
The bounty reward of Sh 2 million has been offered for information that may lead to his arrest.
According to National Police Service Spokesman George Kinoti, the subject (Mohamed Dubow) is the one of the masterminds of Mandera quarry attack. After the attack he fled to Somalia but he is believed to have sneaked back from Somalia to Kenya.
Kinoti appealed to the public to remain vigilant, offer any information that will bring the terrorist to justice.
The police gave public telephone numbers that they can call; 020 2199151, 0702 432877 or emergency lines 999 or 112 saying any information given will be treated will confidentiality.
Police previously has erected billboards with most wanted terrorists in areas neighbouring Somalia.
Several most wanted terrorists linked to the Somalia based Al-Shabaab have been killed.
Six have been killed while a number are in custody. Each had a Sh 2million bounty reward on their head.
Among them include Luqman Osman Shirwa alia Deere. He was the Coast Al-Shabaab commander and leader of Jaysh Ayman. Luqman was killed in June 2015 alongside the Briton Jihadist, Thomas Evans.
Abdirahim Abdullahi another terrorist linked to Al-Shabaab was killed by the GSU commandos during the terrorist attack at Garissa University College last year.
Suleiman Mohammed Awadh and Abdalla Salim Marumu were gunned down in a police raid at a house in Kwachocha, Malindi in Kilifi County, on January 20, 2016.