Nigerian Police Force, Federal capital territory command, Abuja have apprehended 16 criminal suspects for several crimes bothering on armed robbery, homicide, cultism, and car theft, among others.
The Federal Capital territory police public relations officer, DSP Anjuguri Manzah in a statement made available to newsmen on Wednesday July 15th detailed that four locally-made pistols, five rounds of live ammunition and other dangerous items were retrieved from the suspects.
Six cars, 40,000 naira cash, a cell phone, and military camouflage uniform were also retrieved from the crime suspects.
The Federal Capital Territory Police commissioner Mr Bala Ciroma, in his statement said that the suspects would be charge to court as soon as investigation into their nefarious activities is concluded.
So many criminal activities have been going on in the capital city in recent times and the police have been making frantic effort to curtail the spread of crime across the city
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