Rivers State: Anti-Kidnapping Unit Arrest Kidnappers And Recover The Victim's Body, Port Harcourt.
By Vine001 | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 9 views
On Wednesday; The Rivers State Police arrested two Kidnappers and recoverd the body of their victim as the statement was confirmed by Nnamdi Omoni being the Police Public Relations Officer.
Omoni continued to detail that the convicted culprits were arrest by an Anti Kidnapping Unit operatives while carrying out their crime follow up over the Kidnap of one Mr. Ereba Gospel Dinabari, who was kidnapped on 15th May, 2020.
He Further explained that the Kidnappers already requested for N1million as exchange for their victim which was paid but they still didn't release the victim after receiving this money.
The decomposed body of the victim was recovered from a forest at Alesa in Eleme LGA, where the body was tied to a tree after the confessions of the culprits. And the victim's Toyota Spider Car was also recovered.
The police have said that once the investigation is concluded the said culprits will be charged in court so as for them to face the law.
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