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Suspected Car Snatchers Arrested In Anambra, 25 Car Keys Recovered… (PHOTOS)

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Suspected Car Snatchers Arrested In Anambra, 25 Car Keys Recovered… (PHOTOS)

PRESS BRIEFING

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Gentlemen of the press, I welcome you all to this press briefing today 31st August, 2017.

ARREST OF SUSPECTED CAR SNATCHERS/RECOVERY OF VEHICLE : On 27th August 2017  at about 1600hrs, acting on information police personnel from the command arrested three male suspects:

1. MONDAY UCHE M 64yrs
2.SUNDAY OFOEKWE M 42yrs
3. JOSEPH CHIKEZIE M 60yrs
The suspects namely Monday Uche m aged 64yrs and JOSEPH CHIKEZIE  m  aged 60yrs conspired with the duo of Okowa and Johnson Okowa still at large and removed one Toyota Tacoma with Registration no:KGS 735 KS from where parked at St. Michael catholic Church  Amakioha Owerri.  The suspects were tracked down by the Anambra State police Command and arrested at NNOBI town idemili south LGA of Anambra State.

Exhibits recovered includes:
One Stolen Toyota Tacoma Jeep
25 bunches of keys
One master key
One federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC)  jacket
One federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) banner
Two number plates: MUS 515 AX Lagos,  NSH 109 FM Anambra
One emergency Tyre pump
One Toyota ignition key seating
Sets of spanners
Anambra State Vigilante ID card.
The suspects confessed to the crime and are assisting the police with useful information. They will be handed over to the Imo State Police Command for prosecution accordingly.
Finally, I want to call on the good people of Anambra to be security conscious at all times and report any strange
observation or suspicious movements to the police or other security agencies promptly, please.

ASP NWODE NKEIRUKA,
PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER,
ANAMBRA STATE POLICE COMMAND.

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