Margaret ‘Maggie’ Mbitu: Body Found Inside Car In Boston

The Woman's Body Was Found In Brutal Cuts and Wounds Covering All her Face And Other Punctures As Well.

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Margaret ‘Maggie’ Mbitu: Body Found Inside Car In Boston

4 November 2023, Mumbai: The body of a mystery woman was found in a car parked at Boston airport. Pondering, her boyfriend must be the only killer and ran away boarding the flight to Kenya.

State troopers discovered the body of 31-year-old Margaret ‘Maggie’ Mbitu in the Central Parking lot of Logan Airport earlier this week. She had been reported missing just two days before her remains were found.

The woman was discovered fully in cuts and wounds all over the body, reports NY post. Officers stated Margaret showed “obvious signs of death.” “They observed a large amount of blood inside the vehicle,” an arrest warrant said.

The last visual of the woman after leaving from her job at nonprofit BAMSI in Halifax, the distance is around 30 miles southeast of Boston. Police has been making rounds in search oher accused boyfriend and arrest him for a murder case. The guy was 40 year old Kevin Kangethe, reportedly snapped on CCTV footage driving into the Logan airport garage and made his way to board the flight to Kenya, the warrant mentioned.

“The investigation identified the suspect as KEVIN KANGETHE, 40, of Lowell and determined that he had boarded a flight to Kenya. State Police Detectives obtained a warrant charging KANGETHE with Ms. Mbitu’s homicide and are working with Kenyan authorities to locate KANGETHE,” Massachusetts State Police said in a release.

“The investigation into the facts and circumstances of the homicide are ongoing. The investigation indicates that KANGETHE and Ms. Mbitu knew each other and that the homicide was not a random act. There is no threat to the public or to Logan Airport travelers. No further information is being released at this time to protect the integrity of the investigation,” it added.

BAMSI gave tribute to Margaret in an heartfelt post on Social media facebook platform, penned with caption, “She was warm, caring, and loved by everyone she worked with, both staff and the people she cared for in our group homes,” the nonprofit said. “As an agency, we are in mourning over the loss of such an amazing young women.”

By Vaishnavi Rastogi

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