Agents of the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad of the Imo State Police Command have made new captures regarding a hijacking syndicate, which was crushed a week ago.
The feared group, which was crushed by the FSARS agents a week ago in a weapon duel, was going by a police corporal, Collins Ezinwa, well known as E-cash who fled from police
In completing their activities, the posse of ruffians made utilization of a police exceptional number plate to beat security.
While E-cash and two others lost their lives amid the shootout, four different individuals from the posse were caught alive by the FSARS analysts drove by the leader, Godfrey Victor, a Superintendent of Police.
Instructions newsmen on the most recent leap forward with respect to the issue, the Police Public Relations Officer in the state, Mr. Andrew Enwerem, uncovered that FSARS agents of the charge, following up on knowledge, crushed another refuge of the group in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, made captures and recuperated autos grabbed from hijacked casualties.
Enwerem said the task was driven by Victor in the midnight and was deliberately organized by the state Commissioner of Police, Mr. Chris Ezike.
As indicated by him, the crushing of the Port Harcourt fort of the posse ended up noticeably basic after FSARS had blasted the hijackers’ sanctums in Ohaji/Egbema and Atta in Imo State, captured one think and recouped arms and ammo.
The police representative stated, “In continuation of captures of the group individuals from killed Collins Ezinwa prominently known as E-cash, FSARS agents of the Imo State Police Command have crushed another of their safehouse in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
“The Port Harcourt activity was because of encouragement of examination and sound knowledge data by our men. Four suspects were captured while four vehicles grabbed from their casualties were recouped.
“The autos are Lexus 350 jeep with number plate, ABJ 30AH, a Pathfinder jeep without an enlistment number, a RaV4 jeep with number plate, ABJ 38 AH and Camry vehicle with number plate, ABU 37 AE.”
Enwerem said that the posse repainted one of the autos and changed the number plate before doing activities.
The police representative said that the captured suspects were helping the police by volunteering data on how their escaping posse individuals could be caught.
Enwerem, who said Ezike was elated by the leap forward made so far on the issue, uncovered that the demilitarization of the pack was a noteworthy achievement in wrongdoing aversion and battling in the state.