Police Kills Bandit, Recovers 4 Fully Loaded Ak47 Magazines From Foiled Kidnapping Of Expatriate In Kaduna


    *moves to Dislodge bandits camps

    By KATO P. LADAN, Kaduna

    The Kaduna State Police Command has foiled the kidnapping of an Indian expatriate after he was ambushed, killing one of the bandits in the process.
    This was disclosed in a statement signed by the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), ASP Muhammed Jalige, dated June 22, 2021.

    It explained that on June 21, 2021 at about 2133hrs while on escort duty of an expatriate to Plan Farm Phase at  Dankande area of Igabi LGA Police Officers ran into an ambush laid by suspected armed bandits who in their desperate attempt to kidnap the expatriate, shot berserkly at the Officers which however was met with stiffer resistance from the Operatives. 
    “The gun duel lasted for some time but the Operatives were able to repel the bandits and secure the Indian expatriate unhurt. Meanwhile, the bandits fled into the forest with bullet wounds.
    “A joint team of the Police and Military personnel while on search of the area today 22nd June, 2021 recovered the lifeless body of one of the bandit, four (4) AK47 magazines fully loaded with one hundred and twenty (120) rounds of live 7.62 X 39mm ammunitions and a mobile phone,” it added.
    The statement further informed that the recovered body has been deposited at the morgue while forensic analysis of the said phone is being carried out with the view of getting more details on the gang, their activities as well as location for a possible dislodgement of their camps.
    “The Commissioner of Police Kaduna Command, CP UM Muri commended the act of gallantry exhibited by the Operatives and urged other Officers of the Command to emulate same,” it said.


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