3 people have been arrested in Adamawa Province over what the constabulary described as ‘house to house robberies’.
The province constabulary command said in a statement on Sun that the 3 were rounded upwardly on September 24, 2021, next a ‘special activity program’ on an ongoing scrap against violent crimes across the province.
“The Commissioner of Law, Mohammed Ahmed Barde, deployed command operatives attached to Yola Segmentation along with vigilantes and luckily apprehended 3 for armed robberies,” the command stated.
In the statement signed by Law Public Relations Officer, DSP Suleiman Nguroje, the command named the 3 suspects as Kalifa Mustapha, 20; Tumba Abubakar, 27; and Faisal Abdullahi, 21.
It said the 3, who are residents of Shagari Stage 1, Stage 2 and Abuja Street in Yola Southward Local Regime Area, specialise in midnight house to house attacks.
“Investigation so far reveals that the 3 suspects belong to a syndicate of 7 that attacked 22 houses within 3 months,” the constabulary stated, adding that the suspects robbed the occupants of such houses of their valuables.
“The CP, spell evaluating critically the sample and trend of crimes, shall create massive and well-planned deployment of both human and other operational assets of the command to reinforce and consolidate on keeping Adamawa safe,” the constabulary said.
It added, “The CP at present directed for frequent dark Operations which is aimed at preventing and dislodging bandits from their current operational spaces and denying them space to regroup in other parts of the Province.
CP Mohammed Barde assumed business office as the new constabulary boss in Adamawa Province only this past times week.
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