The Rivers State Police Command have captured two famous kidnappers in a sting activity did on Tuesday July 14.
The disintegrating body of their casualty who a N1m deliver was paid for in the wake of being grabbed on Friday, May 15, 2020 at Woji, Port Harcourt, was recuperated by agents of the Anti-Kidnapping Unit of the state police order. A vehicle having a place with casualty recognized as Ereba Dinabari was likewise recouped.
Streams police representative, Nnamdi Omoni said the suspects Osundu Uchendu, 25, and Amebulem Amos, 23 have admitted to the wrongdoing. They likewise allegedly admitted to doing a progression of kidnappings inside the state.
"Agents of the Anti-Kidnapping Unit captured the suspects while doing a follow-up on the hijack of one Ereba Gospel Dinabari, who was snatched on May 15, 2020, at Woji, Port Harcourt, and a payoff of N1m was paid without the casualty being discharged.
"The Commander of Anti-Kidnapping Unit on Tuesday, July 14, 2020, drove agents to storm Alesa in the Eleme LGA, where two suspects, Osundu Uchendu, 25, and Amebulem Amos, 23, were captured.
"Their admission drove the agents to a woodland at Alesa in the Eleme LGA, where the casualty's breaking down body was discovered attached to a tree.
"The Toyota Spider vehicle having a place with the casualty was recouped. The suspects admitted to have done a few kidnappings around Woji, Abuloma, Peter Odili Road and Eleme people group.
"Examination is as yet progressing and they will be charged when examination is finished up."
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