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Gunman arrested with serving Army Brigadier-General’s Complimentary Card

The Nigeria Police Force, Kaduna State Command, has confirmed the arrest of a suspected gunman in possession of a Complimentary Card belonging to a Brigadier-General of the Nigerian Army in a wallet also containing a First Bank ATM card, amongst other items.





This was contained in a release issued and signed by the police command’s spokesman, ASP Mansir Hassan, on Tuesday, in Kaduna.






The police said the Command accomplished a big breakthrough in crime prevention and detection by apprehending an armed robbery suspect and recovering his operating weapon, an AK-47 rifle.




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The Command attributed the operatives’ success to acting on solid intelligence information obtained from the Divisional Police Officer (DPO) of Maraban Jos Division on March 24, 2024, at approximately 2030.





The statement read, “According to a report received from the Divisional Police Officer (DPO) of Maraban Jos Division, on March 24, 2024, at about 20:30 hours, acting on credible intelligence, police operatives arrested one Salim Aliyu, a 22 years old resident of Badarawa Kwaru in Kaduna North, Kaduna State in possession of one AK47 rifle with Breach No. 01585, along with three rounds of 7.62 x 39mm live ammunitions.


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“Equally, other items recovered from the said suspect include; a Nigerian Immigration Service camouflage singlet and face cap, a sharp knife, a flier, a desert handbag, a wallet containing a First Bank ATM card, a complimentary card belonging to a Brigadier General of the Nigerian Army. During interrogation, the suspect, Aliyu confessed to being on a robbery mission to Maraban Jos.







“This successful operation underscores the Kaduna State Police Command’s unwavering commitment to maintaining law and order in the state”, the CP Ali Audu Dabigi, asserted.