Police Arrests Kidnappers in Niger State

- No fewer than 48 suspected kidnappers, armed robbers and cattle rustlers have been paraded by the Nigerian police in Niger state naij.com reports- Some of the things recovered from the suspected criminals are guns, fake dollars and 35 exotic cars - The suspects have reportedly confessed to the police The Nigeria Police Force, Niger state command, has paraded 48 suspected kidnappers, armed robbers, car snatchers and cattle rustlers arrested with exotic weapons, expensive cars and fake dollars to the tune of N490 million. The suspects were paraded on Wednesday, March 7, at the Bosso Division of the Nigeria Police, Niger state command by the force public relation officer, CSP Jimoh Moshood. 
                                   Some of the weapons recovered from the suspects. 

The suspects have reportedly confessed to the various criminal roles they played in the commission of the crime. Investigation is ongoing to arrest other members of the gangs still at large. All suspects would be arraigned in court on completion of investigation. 


                              Communication gadgets recovered from the kidnappers. 

 Items recovered from the suspects are listed below: 
Thirty Five (35) Exotic Cars 
Five (5) AK 47 Rifles 
Three (3) Pump Action Guns 
Two (2) Single Barrel Guns 
Three (3) SMG​ Rifles 
One (1) Revolver Pistol 
Two (2) Locally Made Pistols 
822 Rounds of AK47 ammunition 
68 9MM ammunition 
Four (4) Live Cartridges. 
Five (5) Plasma TV Sets 
One (1) Home Theatre Radio 
Seven (7) Vehicle Trackers Demobilizes 
Seven (7) Wrist Watches 
Two (2) Laptops Women Wrappers. 
Four (4) Different Vehicle Number Plates 
One (1) Standing Fan 
Huge Sums of suspected fake US Dollars equivalent to about N490 Million 


48 suspects paraded by the police. 


Fake dollars recovered from the suspects. 


Exotic vehicles recovered from the suspects. 

NAIJ.com earlier reported that a suspected cult member and pipeline vandal, Temona Alison, who is said to be on the wanted list of the police in Bayelsa state, has been arrested. Alison, who is in his 20s, was apprehended by the Bayelsa state police command strike force on Sunday, March 4, in his house on Tombia-Ammassoma Road by Boxi water. 

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