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Police Arrest Suspect, Rescue Toddler From Kidnappers Den in Yobe

Police Arrest Suspect, Rescue Toddler From Kidnappers Den in Yobe | Daily Report Nigeria

Operatives of the Nigerian police force have once again kicked out crime as they raid a suspected kidnappers dem.

Disclosing the information on a statement released on Wednesday, June 12, the command’s Public Relations Officer, DSP Dungus Abdulkarim said a toddler was rescued from the kidnapers den, and the gang leader was arrested.

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He further explained that the kidnapper invaded a village known as Bungai, in Buni Yadi, Gujba LGA on 12th May 2024, at about 1 pm, shooting sporadically, before forcefully whisking away the toddler, Adamu Sani, aged 3 years old to an unknown destination.

“In the course of intensive intelligent led operations in collaboration with vigilante group, the kidnappers’ den was discovered in Buni Yadi town and aggressively raided the enclave, where the gang leader, one Yau Usman was arrested in the custody of the toddler, whilst other syndicate members fled as the command is in prompt pursuit”, the statement added

He added that the victim has been taken to the hospital for medical examination before being reunited with his family, adding that efforts are being made to capture the fleeing culprits.

“In this regard, the Commissioner of Police, Garba Ahmed, enjoined members of the public to remain proactive, vigilant and report suspicious movements of criminal elements, criminals identified hideout and miscreants peddling crime to the nearest police station”, the statement further appealed

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