The three suspects were said to have been notorious for banditry and kidnapping across the border between Nigeria and Cameroon.
Three single barrel guns were said to have been recovered from them, according to the spokesperson for the Police Command in the State, DSP Suleiman Nguroje.
“The suspects are, Usman Sale 40years a resident of Muleng, Song LGA; Lawali Sale 37years, a resident of Bah-Usman Village, Fufore LGA and Yerima Alhaji Dadi 36years, a resident of Bah-Usman Village, Fufore LGA.
“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”, he said.
Nguroje, said the Commissioner Police, CP Aliyu Adamu Alhaji, has directed further investigations into the case to bring up more human and material evidence for proper prosecution.
Meanwhile, as part of the efforts to tackling criminal activities and other related offences the Commissioner of Police, has deepened intelligence and also strengthened security in the State.
He has also deployed the Rapid Respond team (RRS) and the Anti Kidnapping Unit of the Command to go after the Kidnappers in their hideouts everywhere within the State, according to Nguroje.
FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. The content of this Website is made available by the Nigerian Pilot Newspaper Publisher. This Website seeks to facilitate the dissemination of informative, with engaging, and constructive news about events in Nigerian, Africa, and Globally as they happen. The “Distributor” of this Information are the Nigerian Pilot Newspaper and Nigerian Pilot Tv brands of Dom Communication, LLC.
DISCLAIMER: FAKE NEWS PUBLICATION. This Website NigPilot collects information from several Independent Reporters and may contain unauthenticated and/or copyrighted materials the utilization of which has not generally been explicitly approved or authorized by the copyright proprietor. NigPilot with concern to increase in misleading social media publications, please report any Fake, False, or Misleading News to [email protected] for immediate action.
FAIR USE NOTICE. In accordance with THE LAW, the material on this Website is included for informational and educational purposes. If you wish to use copyrighted material from this site for purposes of your own that go beyond “fair use,” you must obtain permission from the copyright owner or Nigerian Pilot WEBMASTER. For Nigerian Pilot Newspaper Advert Rates Click Here!