Sunday police posted photos of the suspects sought during last week's terrorist attack at the 14 Riverside complex in Nairobi.
The police have appealed to the public to help them track down and arrest six men and a woman who is believed to be part of a network that created the attack that resulted in the death of 21 people.
In a statement, the national police service invited the public to call or send text messages immediately to Didu Mohamed Fugicha, Boru Abdi Bidu, Ramadhan Wario Bonaya, Abdi Ali Kachora, Gaddafi Aka Munene, Omari and Hussein Addan Hussein.
PRESS RELEASE ON CURRENT SECURITY OPERATIONS. pic.twitter.com/ESRdvLZbdS
– National Police Service-Kenya (@NPSOfficial_KE), 20 January 2019
The police did not release the name of one of the suspects but described them as armed and dangerous.
It is believed that the suspects are members of a cell originating in Isiolo and went to Somalia to join Al Shabaab between May and June 2017, before returning to Kenya to stage the attack
The public appeal arrives while the Police Counter-terrorism Unit (ATPU) was authorized Friday to continue to detain five people, including a Canadian, suspected of having helped the terrorists who attacked the 14 Riverside Office complex .
The suspects include Joel Ng & # 39; in Wainaina and Oliver Kanyago Muthee, both taxi drivers, Ms. Gladys Kaari Justus, a Mpesa agent in Maua, Meru County, Mr. Guleid Abdihakim, a Canadian and Osma Ibrahim.