NAIROBI, Kenya -- Kenyan authorities have detained three Chinese nationals and a local man over alleged illegal possession of wildlife products such as rhino horn.
The suspects appeared in a magistrate's court on Wednesday in the capital, Nairobi. They will remain in detention pending further police investigation.
Police allege the suspects were caught in possession of several game trophies, including a live tortoise and leopard skin, following a raid on their house.
The East African nation routinely makes arrests targeting perpetrators of wildlife-related crimes.
Kenya is one of the African countries most affected by poachers seeking to satisfy the demand for rhino horn and ivory products in China and other Asian countries.