Six suspected armed robbers had been arrested within the Federal Capital Territory, the police authorities confirmed on Sunday.
The suspects, in line with the Police Public Kinfolk Officer in FCT, ASP Yusuf Mariam, had been nabbed within the early hours of Thursday by police detectives from Zuba Division on routine patrol.
They had been talked about to grasp paraded themselves as industrial drivers sooner than luring their unsuspecting victims (females) into their operational automotive sooner than accomplishing their heinous act.
Displays recovered incorporated one red coloration Toyota Corolla with reg No BWA 782 BD, one fabricated beretta pistol, six rounds of reside ammunition, one plyer, one chisel, two ATM playing cards, one cloak cap and vest.
Others incorporated three totally different quantity plates, seven Human hair, 10 cell telephones, a bunch of keys, two pairs of female shoes, four female purses, N128,120, one bill booklet, one lighter, six pieces of female dresses and other items.
Similarly, police operatives from Lugbe Division arrested Emmanuel Joseph, Thankgod Abam, Gabriel Joshua and Ekene Nwatu for theft.
“The suspects confessed to terrorizing Lugbe axis the use of spurious capability to dispossess unsuspecting residents of their possessions,” the statement read.
“Displays recovered from the suspects are one red coloration Toyota Corolla reg no. BDG 648 EZ, six plasma TVs, pieces of bijou and loads of family items.
The police spokesman talked about the suspects will likely be arraigned in court upon the conclusion of the investigation.
She furthermore restated the Present’s ban on the utilization of unauthorised covered quantity plates interior the FCT, warning violators to desist from it or risk arrest and prosecution.
The FCT Present furthermore requested residents to listing all suspicious actions, emergency or damage, via these numbers: 08032003913, 08061581938, 07057337653 and 08028940883 and to listing the habits of Police Officers, call the Public Criticism Bureau (PCB) Line: 09022222352