14 Brigade Garrison burst kidnapping syndicate



14 Brigade Garrison burst kidnapping syndicate

They should trace the pistol to the police office it was issued to.

Na why I no dey respect some people wey too get money without any visible business or work.

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14 BRIGADE GARRISON BURST KIDNAPPING SYNDICATE

Troops of 14 Brigade Garrison based in Ohafia, on Sunday 10th April 2016 conducted operation aimed and bursting a notorious kidnapping syndicate based in Nkporo community of Ohafia Local Government Area of Abia State.

During the operation, the troops were able to rescued a kidnap victim who was earlier shot and kidnapped by his abductors at Aba on 6th April 2016. However one of the suspected kidnappers Mr Chidiebere Sunday was apprehended while 2 of his suspected accomplices escaped. One other member of the gang in a bid to evade arrest through the roof of their den fell from a roof, hit his head on the hard floor and died.

The troops recovered the following items from the kidnappers; 2 AK-47 rifles, 9 AK-47 rifle magazine loaded with 124 rounds of 7.62mm Special ammunition, 1 Pistol, 2 rounds of 9mm ammunition, 2 machetes and the sum of Five Million, Four Hundred and Ninety Thousand Naira (N5,490,000.00) only.

Other items recovered include a Toyota RAV4 jeep with registration number MUS 428 RZ, military camouflage jungle hat, 6 mobile telephone handsets, an iPad, Diamond Bank Debit Card, bunch of different keys, 2 empty bags and a wrap of suspected marijuana.

Thank you for your kind information.

Colonel Sani Kukasheka Usman
Acting Director Army Public Relations

 

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