Adamawa Police Command Arrests Kidnappers, Robbers

The Commissioner of Police, Adamawa Police Command, Aliyu Adamu Alhaji, has gone on the offensive against kidnappers and robbers in the State, vowing to ensure that criminal activities are completely rooted out of the State.
This is contained a statement signed by DSP Suleiman Yahaya Nguroje,
Police Public Relations Officer of the Command and made available to NAOSRE.
In the statement, the Command stated that on March 20, it apprehended three suspects responsible for the kidnapped of Engineer Elan Jobbo, a principal of VTC Jabbi Lamba, Alhaji Jauro Mamburso and Alkani Zumbe, all of Girei and Song Local government Areas, sometimes May, 2020.
According to the Command, the suspects are 40y ears old Usman Sale, a resident of Muleng, Song Local Government Area; 37 years old Lawali Sale, a resident of Bah Usman Village, Fufore Local Government Area and 36 years old Yerima Alhaji Dadi, a resident of Bah Usman Village, Fufore Local Government Area.
The Command stated further that they were apprehended at their various hideouts in Muleng and Chigari Villages of Song and Fufore Local government areas , following credible information and intense search by the Police and Vigilantes of Song Division.
DSP Nguroje added that investigations so far revealed that the suspects do participate in armed robbery and kidnappings activities across the border between Nigeria and Cameroon Republic.

The Commissioner Police CP Aliyu Adamu Alhaji, while commending the DPO of Song and his men for making it difficult for those criminals to escape arrest , he equally directed further investigations into the case to bring up more human and material evidences for proper prosecution.

Meanwhile, as part of efforts at tackling criminal activities and other related offences, the CP , working in concert to deepen intelligence and strengthen security in the State, has deployed Rapid Respond Team (RRS) and Anti Kidnapping unit of the Command to go after the kidnappers in their hideouts everywhere within the State .

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