See Photos of 4 Suspected Kidnappers Arrested in Abia State Through SARS' Help






In this post has photos of Suspected Kidnappers arrested by SARS (Special Anti-Robbery Squad) in Abia State. 

The State Police Command has confirmed that arrest. The arrest is in the connection of the kidnap of one Chikwas Daniel in Aba. 

The suspect is said to have who plotted and kidnapped the victim from his shop on Tuesday.  

Suspects are Bright Chinonso, Eze Ernest, Chisom Godwin as well as Chinoyerem Chineye, 

Janet Agbede, the Commissioner of Police while confirming the arrest in Umuahia, on Friday said:

The investigations will be concluded today and the suspects will be charged to court. I think what they did was a deliberate action.


“The suspects saw the number of the man written on his shop door and then they called him while he was in church attending service.

“They told him they wanted to buy some 90 yards of a certain material which huge volume motivated the man to rush out before church service ended to attend to them.

“When he got to his shop, he did not see them so he called them back and they came and as he opened the shop, they grabbed him and put him in a vehicle.

“But as he was being moved into their vehicle, SARS men led by Johnbull Obioguru got tipped off and they chased them and arrested them at Ngwa road by Mosque street and rescued the victim,”

Report said that two of the suspects who were wielding the guns they came with dispersed people by shooting into the air while they escaped.

The SARS team also arrested Azuka Emmanuel Ojiegbe and Bethel Onyebuchi for kidnapping.


The two suspects connived with three other armed men, now at large, dressed in army uniform, kidnapped their victim around Tonimas Junction close to Ariaria International Market on July 15.



The suspects took their victim in a bus to an unknown destination and forced him at gunpoint to transfer the sum of N650,000 with his cellphone to an Access Bank account number.

The Access Bank account number 0108053523 reportedly belongs to one of the suspects, Ojiegbe.


However, the victim escaped from their net unhurt and reported the matter to SARS in Aba.

The SARS team, armed with the information swung into action, and arrested Ojiegbe and Onyebuchi on July 20 and recovered one OPPO F11 PRO Smart phone belonging to the victim.


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