Three more bodies and 3,000 cattle have been recovered following a bandit attack in Keekunyuk village, Turkana South subcounty on Sunday.
The bodies were found in a bush by locals, and the livestock by Kenya Police Reservists on Monday.
The recovery raised the death toll to 10, five of the victims being reservists.
Turkana south MP James Lomenen condemned the attack and asked the government to completely eradicate cattle rustling.
“Turkana and other pastoralists are longing for a day when senseless killings as a result of banditry will come to an end,” Lomenen said.
He further asked the state to address the rest of the country's insecurity concerns.
Turkana South deputy county commissioner Eljah Kodoh urged residents to exercise restraint as the matter is addressed.
Locals however said that police officers have not reported to the area following the 2am incident in which attackers shot indiscriminately.