Three suspects captured for outfitted burglary, extortion, vehicle robbery in Niger State


The Niger State Police Command on Friday, September 18, strutted three suspects captured over supposed outfitted burglary, misrepresentation and robbery.

Representative for the Command, ASP Wasiu Abiodun, who affirmed the capture, said that on September 8, at around 10 pm, following up on data, Police agents joined to ‘B’ division Bida captured one Yahaya Ibrahim matured 20yrs ‘m’ of Doko, Lavun LGA with a privately made gun along Federal Polytechnic street, Bida.

“The presume ransacked a shop orderly at a Shopping Complex along Federal Polytechnic street, Bida with the said gun and trying to escape from the scene; he was captured by the Police. During cross examination, the suspect admitted to the wrongdoing and the privately made gun was recuperated. Case under scrutiny, suspect will before long be summoned in court for indictment,” said Abiodun.

In a comparable turn of events, on September 14, following up on hint, Police agents appended to Chanchaga division captured a suspected fraudster, Mohammed Idris Abubakar, 26, of Sabi Nassarawa Bosso Area Minna, who professed to be an officer with a Mercedes Benz, brilliant shading with Reg. No. California 5JUZ 074.

“The suspect purportedly swindled more than twenty POS administrators at different focuses in Minna and different pieces of the State of about #1,263,000:00k. He had some expertise in creating counterfeit alarm to swindle his clueless casualties, while the casualties were later recognized. During cross examination, the suspect admitted to the wrongdoing and he will be charged in court when examination is closed,” the PPRO said.

Correspondingly, police agents connected to ‘B’ division Suleja, on September 15, captured a presumed vehicle cheat and recouped the taken vehicle.

“Hassan Daniel, 28 of Kuje, Abuja, criminally intruded into a technician workshop at Rafin-Sanyi in Suleja and carried off a Toyota Camry with a Reg. No. KUJ 782 TV, green in shading,” Abiodun said.

“The suspect was pursued and captured along Suleja/Kaduna street while the said vehicle was recuperated from him. During cross examination, the suspect admitted to the wrongdoing, and he will likewise be charged in court when examination is finished up.”

The order educated individuals concerning people in general, most particularly the POS administrators to be more cautious and be certain that they get fundamental affirmation from fitting monetary foundations as respect to their exchanges to dodge superfluous misfortune.

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