They allegedly collected over a million naira ransom, tied the victim to a tree in a forest where he later died and decomposed.
The suspects led the police yesterday to the forest at the Alesa area of Eleme where detectives recovered the skull and bones of the dead man.
A Toyota Camry car belonging to the victim was also recovered following his kidnap on Friday, May 5, 2020, at Woji, Port Harcourt.
One of the suspects, Mr Uchendu
According to the Rivers State police spokesman, DSP Nnamdi Omoni, the suspects were arrested by the Anti-Kidnapping Unit while doing a follow up in the Kidnap of Mr Dinabari.
DSP Omoni said the confessions of the suspects led the operatives to the forest where the victim’s decomposing body was found tied to the tree.
“The suspects have confessed to have carried out several many [Kidnappings] around Woji, Abuloma, Peter Odili Road and Eleme communities,” he said
The police spokesman added that the investigation was ongoing and that the suspects would be charged to court as soon as it was concluded.
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