The Kano State Police Command has confirmed the arrest of two suspected armed robbers in the Yamadawa area of Gwale Local Government Area of Kano State on Wednesday.
According to DSP Abdullahi Haruna Kiyawa in a statement issued to newsmen on Thursday evening, the suspects were arrested while attempting to carry out an armed robbery in the Yamadawa area of Kano state.
DSP Abdullahi Haruna Kiyawa said that at around 11 pm on Wednesday, they received a report of robbers in the Yamadama area who stopped a man at the door of his house to seize his car and in the process opened fire.
He said the arrests were made with the cooperation of Vigilante officers and the local community, they trapped them but arrested only two of them, including Abdullahi Isma'il, a resident of the area, Sani Mainagge and Abubakar Hussain Kankiya, who is a native of Katsina State, have already been killed by the people of the community as a result of beating.
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Source: Radio Freedom, Kano
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