The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Police Command has paraded five young men in Abuja over several criminal activities including robbery.
Naija News understands that the robbers were all arrested in Wuse area of the capital city of Nigeria last week Wednesday, following a distress call by residents of their operation.
Their names were revealed as Sanusi Ibrahim; Salim Umar; Kabiru Umar; Shamsudeen Rabiu and Ibrahim Shehu.
The FCT Police Spokesperson, Yusuf Mariam while given an update on their arrest in a statement dated Sunday, December 20, said the suspects were arrested in the last week around Wuse following a distress call that they were about robbing their victims.
Mariam noted that they have all admitted to being responsible for criminal activities along the Wuse axis.
She said: “The suspects are Sanusi Ibrahim (20); Salim Umar (19); Kabiru Umar (19); Shamsudeen Rabiu (20) and Ibrahim Shehu (19).
“Exhibits recovered from them are eight wristwatches; five Ipads; five laptops; 25 ID and ATM cards; 33 sets of gold and silver jewelleries; 30 UAE Dirham; 3,000 CFA; 100 South African Rand; N25,000; three cutlasses and one sword.
“The suspects will be arraigned in court after investigation.”
Meanwhile, armed bandits have executed a daring attack on Madaka village in Rafi Local Government Area of Niger State.
The bandits during the broad daylight attack on Sunday, killed the head of the community vigilante group identified as Isyaku Alhassan, and his son, Abdulhamid Isyaku, Naija News reports.