Anambra police recover 14 vehicles from gunmen’s camps, invite owners for collection


The Police in Anambra State have recovered 14 vehicles after raiding camps belonging to gunmen terrorizing the state.

A press release by the spokesperson of the command, SP Tochukwu Ikenga said the raids on the camp and the recovery of the vehicles were done in different parts of the state.

In a release sent to DAILY POST, Ikenga said: “This is to inform the general public and good people of Anambra State that during several operations on a raid of criminal camps, vehicles, tricycles, and motorcycles were recovered.”

He said the vehicles were either snatched through armed robbery, stealing, murder and forceful/criminal dispossession of properties by men of the underworld.

“Owners are requested to come to the office of the State Criminal Investigations Department, Awka, with valid proof of ownership for a claim,” he said.

He added that the Commissioner of Police, CP Nnaghe Obono Itam assured members of the public that the Command was committed to ensuring that stolen properties were always recovered and returned to their rightful owners to assuage the sense of deprivation the victims of such crimes went through.

He listed the vehicles to include: Space Wagon Passat with reg number: NNE 48 AS, Volkswagen Golf with reg number: THE 479 AA, shuttle bus with reg number: AGU 364 ZW and a Mitsubishi bus with reg number: CN 25 ABJ.

Others are a shuttle bus with reg number: JJT 442 ZF, another shuttle bus with reg number: AWK 913 ZQ, a TVS tricycle without reg nos, another TVS tricycle with reg number: AAH 410 VW, a Topstar motorcycle without reg number, a Honda today without reg number, a Honda cub without reg number, a Sanyang motorcycle without reg number, a Keystone motorcycle without reg number, and a Honda today motorcycle without reg number.

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