A joined team of security comprised of Navy force and Armed force yesterday crushed a vehicle grabbing posse in Imo, killing three of the individuals.
The military work force, drafted from the 34-Ordnance Brigade, Obinze, and the Navy's 211 Speedy Reaction Gathering, were said to have reacted to a pain call by individuals of Ngor Okpala Local Government Area of the state.
The security agents, it was gathered, caught the vehicle snatchers at Umuonyenwere Umuowa community of Ngor Okpala where they connected with them in a shootout.
Three of the crooks were gunned down in the gun fight and taken vehicles were recuperated.
Administrator Brigadier, 34 Ordnance brigade, Obinze, General Raymond Utsaha, and his naval counterpart, Group Commander I. Ayo, later tended to a portion of the occupants of the local area and praised them for giving ideal data.
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