Civil Defence Corps Nabs Robbers In Nasarawa

By Godwin Ojoshimite

A notorious gang of motorcycle snatchers have been arrested by the Nasarawa State Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NCDC, in Keffi.

The leader of the five-man gang, Nasir Usman, 19, who hails from Keffi local government area was arrested alongside other members with the aid of well-meaning citizens who provided intelligence and logistic support to the Corps.

Items recovered from the suspects include one stolen motorcycle, wraps of Indian hemp and assorted charms.

While briefing pressmen in Lafia on Friday, the state Commandant of the Corps, Andekin Amos Musa, disclosed that the suspects were also arrested along with one Usman Yusuf, 20, who specialize in bugling people’s homes.

“On 30th October 2013 at about 1500 hours, the suspect (Yusuf) broke into a house located at Angwan Kwara-Kwara area of Keffi and made away with various household items like clothing, electronics and unspecified amount of money. The items were later sold to some individuals, some of whom are under our custody. The suspects all confessed to the crime”, he said.

Amos gave assured that the matter will be thoroughly investigated and the law will take its cause.

The commandant, also called residents to be security conscious and report any suspicious characters or activities to relevant authorities.

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A notorious gang of motorcycle snatchers have been arrested by the Nasarawa State Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NCDC, in Keffi.

 

 

The leader of the five-man gang, Nasir Usman, 19, who hails from Keffi local government area was arrested alongside other members with the aid of well-meaning citizens who provided intelligence and logistic support to the Corps.

 

 

Items recovered from the suspects include one stolen motorcycle, wraps of Indian hemp and assorted charms.

 

 

While briefing pressmen in Lafia on Friday, the state Commandant of the Corps, Andekin Amos Musa, disclosed that the suspects were also arrested along with one Usman Yusuf, 20, who specialize in bugling people’s homes.




     

     

     

     

    “On 30th October 2013 at about 1500 hours, the suspect (Yusuf) broke into a house located at Angwan Kwara-Kwara area of Keffi and made away with various household items like clothing, electronics and unspecified amount of money. The items were later sold to some individuals, some of whom are under our custody. The suspects all confessed to the crime”, he said.

     

     

    Amos gave assured that the matter will be thoroughly investigated and the law will take its cause.

     

     

    The commandant, also called residents to be security conscious and report any suspicious characters or activities to relevant authorities.

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