Police Recovered Corpse of Kidnapped Computer Science Graduate In Rivers State
By Kingniyong | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 4932 views
The Rivers State Police Command have recovered the corpse of a graduate of computer engineering, Dinebari Ereba that was kidnapped from a forest in Eleme Local Government Area of Rivers State.
According to one of the suspect, Ozondu Uchendu from Emouha Local Government Area of Rivers State, himself and other two men names Isaac and Joseph kidnapped Dinebari and took him to the deep forest.
The leader of the anti robbery squard that arrested the suspects said the police received a call on the 5th of May about the kidnapping case and the anti robbery swong into action which led to the arrest of one of the suspect.
According to him, the confession of the first suspect led to the arrest of other members of the gang. He said their further confession lead the anti robbery squard to the deep forest at Aleto in Eleme Local Government Area of Rivers State today.
The suspects according to him, kidnapped Dinebari and kept him for five days and tied him to a tree in the forest where the man eventually died.
By the time the police could reach there, the man have rotten and they could only recovered his bones.
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