Sunday, July 29, 2018

How we seized burglars in military uniform – Nigerian Army

Image result for How we nabbed robbers in military uniform – Nigerian Army   The Nigeria Army on Saturday marched four burglary presumes it captured in Felele zone of Lokoja, Kogi State.

Advertising Officer of the Command Army Records, Lokoja, Capt. Scratch Ejeh, while marching the suspects said that they were in military uniform when they were captured.

The suspects, as indicated by him are Japhet Ataem, Savior Daower, Joseph Usar and Isaac Danold, all from Guma Local Government Area of Benue.

Ejeh said that they were doing a burglary activity when they were located by warriors on watch who connected with them in a shootout.

As per him, a portion of the presumes supported discharge damage amid the experience. Three got away capture.

Ejeh communicated worry on the expanding utilization of military garbs by culprits of wrongdoings.

Things recouped from them included one AK47 rifle, two pump activity attack rifles and numerous rounds of live ammo.

In a related advancement, the state police summon additionally marched two speculates accepted to be behind late seize and burglary exercises along Okene - Lokoja street.

The state police summon Public Relation Officer, DSP William Aya, who marched the suspects, gave their names as Hammed Saleh otherwise known as Auta of Fulani Camp, Obajana and Dulla Danladi of Fulani Camp, Gada Biyu.

"Following late assaults on drivers along the Okene-Lokoja street by some presumed criminal components which prompted the slaughtering of an extravagance transport driver, against burglary squad drove by DSP Babagana Bukar, trailed and captured a portion of the suspects.

"Examination is in advance. They will be charged in court on culmination of examination," Aya said.

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