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8 Nov 2017

Police Swing Into Action, Kill 5 Suspected Kidnappers, Rescue Woman

Men of the Nigeria Police Force in Cross River have swung into actin, killing as many five suspected kidnappers and rescuing a woman from captivity.
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Police officers of the Ikom Division of the Nigeria Police Wednesday shot dead five suspected kidnappers in Ikom Local Government Area of Cross River State.

According to The Nation, they also rescued a businesswoman, known as Mrs Asimco, in the process.

The Nation reports that a group of gunmen had abducted the lady along Ogoja Road in Ikom and made away in a vehicle, but the police immediately gave chase into a forest in the area, following distress calls from members of the public.

When the police caught up with them, there was a gun battle, where five of the kidnappers were killed.

Police Public Relations Officer in the State, ASP, Irene Ugbo, confirmed the incident saying the corpses were being transported to Calabar, the State capital.

She said they also had other suspects, who were also being transported to Calabar.

“To members of the public, I would say the police is your friend. You should always give us information at the right time, so that we can do our job. We are always there for them 24 hours every day,” she said.

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