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Police Officer: Village Bakery and Joseph Boinnet

police officer: The number of those killed at the DusitD2 complex rose with the discovery of six more bodies at the scene and the death of a wounded police officer, said Joseph Boinnet, inspector-general of Kenyan police, according to Vancouver Courier. Twenty-eight people were hurt and taken to the hospital, he said.article continues below Trending Stories Beloved Vancouver bakeshop East Village Bakery closing after six years Vancouver actress and nephew reported missing in B.C. Vancouver restaurant on rat found in its soup this incident did not happen'Police seek accused 'sugar daddy' scammer In a televised address to the nation earlier in the day, President Uhuru Kenyatta announced that the all-night operation by security forces to retake the complex was over and that all of the extremists had been killed. Two people accused of facilitating the attack were arrested. We will seek out every person that was involved in the funding, planning and execution of this heinous act, he vowed. Security camera footage released to local media showed a suicide bomber blowing himself up in a grassy area in the complex, the flash visible along with smoke billowing from the spot where he had been standing. In an attack that demonstrated al-Shabab's continued ability to strike Kenya's capital despite setbacks on the battlefield, extremists stormed the place with guns and explosives. ( As reported in the news.