The man indentifed as Likita ran out of Luck and was caught with 52 magazine and over 200 live bullets.
Meanwhile, according to reports, Daily post have it that he was arrested by a joint team of the police and the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) ho apprehended him at Alushi junction in Akwang.
Likita said his colleagues are on their way on a motorcycle to jos.
Likita was detained at Akwanga police Divisional Headquarters. The state command will issue a statement.
Previously, on Saturday a convoy of buses was attacked in Rukuba road jos North local government Area .
According to report more than 20 persons were killed during the attack and several number of people sustained severe injuries. The victims were returning from Bauchi to Akure, the Ondo Capital. Lately, Gunmen has carried out several attacks in some communities in Jos, shooting sporadically and killing several number of people.
However, the police has deployed additional assets to Plateau to restore law and other amid fear of reprisal.
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