Police Arrest Fake EFCC Operatives For Robbery/Abduction In Nasarawa State

….. recover exhibits

On Wednesday 17th April 2024, a distress call was received that four individuals posing as EFCC personnel, using a Toyota Corolla, Green in colour with registration number Abuja YAB 509 TT robbed some students of Federal Polytechnic Nasarawa at Samakwe Lodge behind Government College, Nasarawa LGA and Abducted one Adudu Kingsley, an ND II Student of the same Polytechnic.

According to a press release signed by the Nasarawa and Pollice Public Relations Officer, DSP Ramhan Nansel, said that the unsavoury development, Police operatives gave the suspects a hot chase and a roadblock was mounted at Laminga junction to stop the suspects from escaping with the victim, but they hit the barrier and fled.

Furthermore, Police operatives at Anguwan Madugu were contacted to mount another roadblock, which the suspects sighted from a distance; abandoned their operational vehicle and the abducted student and fled.

Luck ran out of one of the suspects as he was caught and beaten mercilessly by an angry mob before the arrival of the Police while others fled. The suspect was rescued from the mob by the Police and rushed to Primary Health Care, Laminga, where he died while receiving treatment.

The operational vehicle of the suspects was recovered and taken to the station where a search was conducted and two identification cards identifying the fleeing members of the syndicate were recovered.

A follow-up investigation into the case led to the arrest of three other members of the gang namely: Hyelda Aliyu Ibrahim, Henry Patrick Okwu and Shuaibu Abubakar (the operational driver of the syndicate) all males of Custom Quarters and Up Market Area of Masaka where one iPhone 12 Promax, Huawei and one Tecno Spark 5 earlier robbed from some of their victims and Fake EFCC ID cards were recovered from them as exhibits.

The suspects have confessed to being the syndicate responsible for robbing and terrorising student areas in Keffi and Nasarawa LGA.

Efforts are ongoing to arrest one identified suspect who is at large. Victims of their nefarious activities have come forward and identified the suspects.

The Commissioner of Police, CP Umar Shehu Nadada has ordered the transfer of the case to the State Criminal Investigation Department, Lafia for further investigations and assured that they will be charged to Court for prosecution once an investigation is concluded.

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