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POLICE PARADE 503 SUSPECTS IN KADUNA STATE

No fewer than 503 suspects were paraded by the operatives of Kaduna State Police Command following their arrest between May through June 2023, over various offences ranging from banditry, armed cattle rustling, culpable homicide, vandalization of rail tracks and other related crimes within Kaduna State.


One of the paraded suspects identified as Ismail Mohammed, hails from Maijere Village Saminaka, Lere LGA, Kaduna State, kidnapped and later killed his brother, Kabiru Mohammed after he had collected N120,000 as ransom from the family.


Items recovered from them were; four AK47 rifles, three revolver pistols, two pump action guns, two thousand eight hundred (2,800) railway slippers, nine stolen vehicles of different brands, Two Tricycles, Two Hundred and nine Rounds of AK47 Live Ammunition, One Hundred and Twenty-Nine Rustled cattle and Eight Sheep.

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