FCT police arrest 38 suspects
The FCT Commissioner of Police, Mr Wilson Inalegwu, who made the disclosure at a news conference, said that the command also recovered 12 vehicles and impounded 20 cars from a syndicate in the territory.
As part of the command’s commitment to reducing crime in the FCT to its minimum, it has continued to record remarkable achievements.
In the last couple of weeks, the renewed crime fighting strategy of the command has led to the arrest of notorious criminals and busting of criminal gangs.
I want to reiterate that FCT is a no-go area for criminals as we will continue to improve on our strategy to beat criminals at their game,“ he said.
Inalegwu said that the command in line with the Inspector-General of Police, Mr Solomon Arase’s directive on ban on operation of unpainted taxi, has impounded 20 cars.
He said that arrangements have been concluded to transfer the impounded vehicles to the Vehicle Inspection Office.
The commissioner of police said further that in the course of its operation, the command also recovered an abandoned locally made revolver with seven live cartridges at Kuruduma, Asokoro.