Scotland Yard has announced the death of one of its police officers, Jamal Moghe, 26, who is thought to have been shot dead in Kenya on Saturday. The statement said:
The MPS is saddened to hear of the death of a Special Constable on a visit to Africa.
Jamal Moghe, 26, was a member of police staff at a west London police station, and also worked as a Special on Brent Borough.
We understand he was shot and killed in Kenya on 12 January.
Jamal, who lived in the Wembley area, was a criminal exhibits office.
According to media reports in Kenya, Mr Moghe had been visiting the east African nation on a charitable trip when a bus he was travelling in was held up by bandits.
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