The command in Bauchi has arrested one Muhammadu Ahmadu, 28, a suspected member of a criminal syndicate terrorizing Bauchi-Jos Road.
The spokesperson said Ahmadu alias Likita Ardo Altine of Rinjin Tatto via Toro L.G.A, turned himself to the police claiming to be repentant “after which he mentioned Usman Abdullahi, Lawan Sale alias Tashi aged 30yrs, Hussaini Bature aged 20yrs, Bokai Rabo aged 18yrs, Haruna Rabo aged 20yrs all of RinjinTatto and Dauda Mohammed of Golsudu village Toro L.G.A to be member of his syndicate. All the suspects mentioned above were arrested, and after investigation, they will be charged to court.”
Similarly, operatives of the States Intelligence Bureau acted on credible Intelligence which led to the arrest of a Corps member, Shuaib Abubaka, 23, for fraud.
“Abubakar of Ganjuwa LGA. Shuaib who is currently undergoing his compulsory National Youth Service (NYSC) at Roni LGA of Jigawa State was on a visit to his friend in Bauchi. The suspect was arrested on 6th May, 2021 after he defrauded two businessmen by name Emeka Aaron and Ahmed Muhammed by making a fake Bank Transfer to effect payment of goods he purchased from them,” the statement reads.
Upon interrogation, the suspect admitted to being a fraudster. He further revealed that he is a graduate of Medical Physiology from a University in Kampala, Uganda.
Meanwhile, operatives of the State Intelligence Bureau also arrested a suspected thief, Ahmed Abubakar, 21, of Kasuwan Kaji area of Azare Town.
“The suspect on May 5, had sneaked into the resident of a cell phone dealer, one Alh. Suleiman Azare of the same address at about 0400hrs where he stole over 50 pieces of assorted brands of new Cell phones,” Wakil said.
“The suspect confessed to the crime and 8 of the phones have already been recovered. Other exhibits recovered from the suspect are two (2) house keys belonging to the complainant which the suspect admitted that he stole from the man’s house about 4 months earlier before the incident. Investigation into the case is still ongoing.”