Police have recovered fake gold at a house in Kileleshwa guarded by GSU.
DCI detectives on Monday raided an apartment in Nairobi’s Kileleshwa area and impounded fake gold and eight cars.
Other items were also recovered from the house which was guarded by the GSU officers.
Last Thursday, a businessman suspected of defrauding a Dubai royal by pretending they could sell him gold was arrested by police at Lavington Mall.
The arrest comes days after DCI boss George Kinoti via his Twitter account urged embassies and High Commissions to advise their nationals coming in for business.
“The gold scam has now reached alarming levels as unsuspecting foreign nationals are being swindled large amounts of money by fraudsters,” he said.
“DCI attention has been drawn to an upsurge in criminal cases involving the procurement and sale of gold the country. The Gold Scam has now reached alarming levels as unsuspecting foreign nationals are being swindled large amounts of money by the fraudsters,” DCI added.