Three men have been captured for supposedly attempting to break into a British Army base in focal Kenya.

Local police boss Marcus Ochola said officials were questioning the suspects to build up their thought process.

The bombed interruption happened at a camp in the town of Nanyuki where 10,000 UK troops get preparing each year.

It came hours after an assault on a US armed force base in Kenya’s beach front area – however it isn’t certain whether the two episodes are associated.

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A representative for the British Army told the BBC that they were working with Kenyan experts in the examinations.

“Kenyan police are right now exploring suspicious action almost a base utilized by the British Army for preparing,” the representative said.

Kenyan police said the three suspects were spotted on CCTV endeavoring to forcedly enter the base.

“We are as yet cross examining them to discover reality,” Rift Valley Regional Commissioner George Natembeya told the Kenya’s Daily Nation paper.

The Nanyuki camp, about 200km (120 miles) north of the capital Nairobi, is utilized by the British Army Training Unit Kenya (Batuk) under a concurrence with Kenya for preparing British soldiers in hot and rough landscape.

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