SARS Arrested A 27 Year Old Man Who Shot His Friend Over One Thousand Naira Debt in Anambra State
The way things are happening in this world, makes me believe the world is coming to an end. People can do stupid things nowadays because of money.
A 27 year old man was arrested today by SARS for attempting to kill his friend with pump action gun over one thousand naira debt.
According to Newszandar blog and Executive page on Facebook, on the 17/7/2020 at about 11:45am, Police Operatives attached to the Command Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS) arrested one man by name Friday Asuquo who is 27 years old, he hails from Oron but resides at Enu-Orji village, Amawbia in Anambra State.
According to report the suspect had a misunderstanding with his friend, by name Kingsley who is still 27 year old, residing at Enu-Orji village too over one thousand naira debt.
Following the misunderstanding between the two friends, the suspect quickly ran into one church (city of restoration), brought out a gun loaded with four live cartridges and shot the friend at his back.
Information reached the Police and they stormed the venue and arrested the suspect. Meanwhile the victim was quickly rushed to Amaku General Hospital Akwa for treatment.
The pump action gun and three live cartridges were recovered from the the suspect, the suspect confessed to his crime voluntarily.
I pray the victim will recover soon. Please we should don't do crazy things because of money, life is more important than anything else.
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