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NEWS UPDATE: Police arrest suspected car snatching syndicate member in Rivers

NEWS UPDATE: Police arrest suspected car snatching syndicate member in Rivers

Operatives of the Octopus Strike Force of the Rivers State Police Command have captured one Nnali Osita associated to be a part with a famous vehicle grabbing partner that has practical experience in denying drivers of a taxi flagging down assistance, Bolt.

The order, in an assertion by its representative, Nnamdi Omoni, said the suspect was captured after a vehicle grabbing episode was accounted for to the order by one Yusuf Ogunshola, who is a Bolt driver, employed from Effurun in Delta state to Port Harcourt by the suspect.

“The casualty was then taken to Abel Jumbo Street in Mile 2 space of Port Harcourt where two different individuals from the pack were pausing,” the assertion read.

“On appearance to the area, the bolt driver was assaulted and seized of his own possessions at gunpoint and furthermore pulled out the amount of N8,000 from his financial balance and a short time later was taken to and secured a latrine having a place with another age church in a similar street.”

The police representative said over the span of examinations, agents of the order got a few signs that drove them to Gambia Street, where the suspects had “culminated plans to sell the car”.

On locating the police, the suspects deserted the vehicle and attempted to get away however reached a dead end after one of them Nnali Osita was apprehended.

The proclamation further uncovered that work has been strengthened to guarantee that the escaping gangsters are captured and their functional weapons recovered.

According to the assertion, the Commissioner of Police, Friday Eboka, has promised to come hard on all reprobates in the state while likewise encouraging those in the vehicle business to be attentive and disregard all divine offers which is the shenanigans conveyed by the lawbreakers to assault their victims.

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