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http://www.ntv.co.ke The Kenya Wildlife Service in Narok is sending a stern warning to persons involved in the illegal ivory trade following the arrest of three suspected poachers who were found with two pieces of elephant tusks. The three suspects including an eleven-year-old boy are said to have been working for an unknown dealer and the KWS officials say they will do everything possible to catch up with the unscrupulous dealers involved in the trade that endangers the lives of elephants. According to Kenneth Ole Naisho, a senior KWS warden, the suspects used a poisoned arrow to kill the elephant in Olenkuluo near the Mara, before removing its tusks. KWS is saying that it has put down strategies to ensure a complete halt to poaching.