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Nigeria’s FCT Security : Police Arrest Six Vandals; Recovers Transformer, Other Exhibits

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By Goodluck B Ikiebe

The operatives of the FCT Police Command, have arrested six suspects for Vandalism.

The suspects, namely Kabiru Muhammed, Aliyu Usman, Abdulmalik Alhasassan, Shafi’u Suleiman, Suleiman Ibrahim, and Raymond Mailabari, who is an AEDC staff, all males of Tipper Garage, Mpape, Abuja, were arrested based on credible intelligence for vandalism and stealing a transformer.

FCT Police Spokesperson, SP Josephine Andeh, says in a statement that the suspects were trying to escape with an already vandalized transformer they had loaded on a crane truck in Maitama, when police operatives swooped in and apprehended them.

The vandalized transformer, a crane truck, a blue-colored Mercedes Benz with Reg No. PKN 497 XA, a white-colored J5 bus with Reg No. RBC 228 XC, and an ash-colored Peugeot 406 car with Reg No. GSN 13 AA belonging to the AEDC staff were all recovered.

While the investigation is still ongoing, the Commissioner of Police FCT, CP Benneth C. Igweh, wishes to reiterate his commitment to ensuring the safety of life and property in the Territory.

He also urged residents to be vigilant and take advantage of the police emergency lines to report suspicious activities through:
08032003913, 08028940883, 08061581938, and 07057337653 PCB: 09022222352,
CRU: 08107314192.

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