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100 chickens recovered from poultry thieves

Posted: 30 November, 2016 at 11:09 pm
100 chickens recovered from poultry thieves
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Suspected thieves who broke into a poultry at Ugwuomu Nike in Enugu State and stole 100 fowls has been arrested by the Enugu state police while the fowl were recovered.

Mr Ebere Amaraizu,the Public Relations Officer of the state Police Command discloses the issue on Wednesday, November 30 that the three other suspect were also arrested in connection with crime,Punch reports.

Amaraizu reports that only 100 fowls were recovered by the police operatives of the Emene Division of the command out of the 150 stolen from the poultry by the suspects.

He said:

“The three suspects are now being interrogated for allegedly breaking into a poultry located at Ugwuomu Nike in Enugu in the midnight of Nov. 17, stealing and carting away chicken in the poultry numbering about 150.”

The suspects who identified themselves as Sunday John and Uchenna Igoka were arrested at their hideout located at Orjinator village in Oji River community on November 23 based on intelligence information on their activities.

He added that:“It was further gathered that following their arrest and revelation, one Onyeka Edeh , was also arrested.

“While manhunt has been intensified with a view to arresting the fleeing members of the gang.”

Amaraizu said the suspect put the blames of their crimes on the devil and hard ship after they pleaded for forgiveness.

They are currently helping the police with their investigation.

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