The 22-year-old Nakuru prison warder was strangled to death by her tormentors, it has been revealed.
A post mortem carried out on Thursday showed that Caroline Jepchirchir was strangled as her body had a blood clot in the neck, nose and hands.
The examination was done by government pathologist Titus Ngulungu at Nakuru War Memorial Hospital mortuary.
“The doctor informed us after the postmortem that Caroline was strangled. The body had blood clots on the neck, tongue, nose and hands,” said Joel Kurgat, the deceased’s uncle.
The warder went missing on April 2 after a night out at a Nakuru entertainment joint before her body was recover on April 9 dumped in a forest in Subukia.
Crime busters have already arrested one of her colleague who she was spotted partying with.
Another prison warder, also in her company on a material night, is also been sought by police after he went into hiding.
Described as focused and a hard worker, Carol joined the prison department in 2018 after she graduated in 2017.
Her father described her as his favourite daughter and called on police to ensure her killers are brought to book.