The Rivers State Police Command have again evacuated decomposed corpses of three persons killed and buried in a thick forest at Bera community in Gokana local government area of Rivers State.
The three youths who are said to be natives of B-Dere were whisked away on the 14th of March because they provided information to the security agencies about the illegal oil refinery activities by the suspects and their gang, now at large.
The corpses were identified by relatives who accompanied the police to the bush. They gave their names as Baridomale Tor, Baridon Gbarabera, and Barisiton Nawee. The corpses were found tied with a cloth in their mouths and legs.
The reports says that two of the suspects who gave their names as Prophet Nkpe and Baridodum Ndaguma arrested three days ago led the Police to the Bera forest and during interrogations denied participating in the killing.
It could be recalled that a decomposed body of a kidnapped victim was earlier this week recovered in a thick forest in Eleme Local Government Area of Rivers State.
With the look of things, the Rivers State Police Command is making progress in fighting bandit in the state and we are all hoping that it will end sooner than later.
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