- Kisauni police boss Julius Kiragu said the suspected criminals were found with items they stole from victims of the attack.
- The attack brought business in Bamburi Mwisho to a standstill.
- Some clubs and stalls which operate until late in the night were forced to shut down their business.
Three suspected members of a machete-wielding gang which attacked people in Kisauni and Nyali constituencies in Mombasa have been arrested.
The three suspects were identified as Jackson Okelo, 26, Paul Ayub, 18, and 17-year-old Ibrahim Mohammed Hamdan.
Police arrested the three during an operation after the Monday night attack where 13 people were injured.
Four among them were in a critical condition and are being attended to at the Coast General Hospital.
Kisauni Sub-County Police Commander Julius Kiragu said the suspected criminals were found with items they stole from victims of the attack.