The Katsina state police command has successfully arrested three notorious bandits that masterminded the gruesome murder of people in some local government areas of the state that are badly affected by banditry such as Matazu local government area.
The spokesman for the police command announced that the notorious bandits were arrested following a credible intelligence received from concerned people of Katsina state. This prompted the commissioner of police to dispatch policemen to effect their arrest.
The spokesman of the Katsina state police command added that the Police has successfully recovered cows, money, stolen motorcycles and dangerous assault weapons like AK-47 and bullets. He assured the good people of the state that more investigation will be conducted in order to flush out all criminal elements in the state.
Katsina state is one of the north western states that is badly affected by banditry. The security agencies deployed to the state are making efforts to curb this menace and success is being recorded in the fight against banditry.
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