Police Arrest Homicide Suspect, Kill Armed Robber In Abuja

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  • …suspect who was identified by another victim confessed to being a member of a notorious phone snatching syndicate operating along the Gwagwalada axis…

Police in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, have arrested a suspect for culpable homicide along Kasuwa-Dere, Gwagwalada axis.

According to a communique by the command’s spokesperson, ASP Yusuf Mariam, the operatives acting on credible intelligence arrested the suspect – Danladi Abubakar ‘m’ (20 years) on Thursday the 17th of June, 2021.

He was arrested for the gruesome murder of a yet-to-be-identified middle-aged woman. The suspect who was identified by another victim confessed to being a member of a notorious phone snatching syndicate operating along the Gwagwalada axis of the FCT.

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Exhibits recovered from the suspect include one (1) sharp knife used for stabbing the lady and one (1) techno phone belonging to the deceased.

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The suspect

In a similar vein, Police operatives from Kubwa Division foiled an armed robbery attempt at a Hotel along the Kubwa axis of the Abuja metropolis on Friday, June 18.

The officers who were on routine patrol engaged the robbers in a fierce gun duel, however, one of the suspects sustained serious gunshot injuries, was rushed to the hospital where the doctor confirmed him dead.

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Exhibits recovered from the late suspect are one (1) Beretta pistol, three (3) rounds, one(1) silver Mazda space wagon, and plate numbers.

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Police authorities say efforts are in top gear to arrest the fleeing suspects while those already apprehended will be arraigned in court upon conclusion of an investigation.

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