Police Save 3-year-old Hijack Casualty, Capture Ruffians In Bayelsa


The police in Bayelsa State say they have safeguarded Miss Samantha Pepple, a three-year-old hijack casualty.

The Official of Police, Bayelsa State Order, Mr. Amba Asuquo, stated, amid the parade of the speculated hijacker, one Godspower Ayakpo, 28 years of age, that the capture was in coordinated effort amongst Bayelsa and Streams summons.

He said Samantha was professedly abducted from Agip Home in Port Harcourt, Waterways State and was safeguarded in Oweikorogha people group in Southern Ijaw by the Genuine Wrongdoings Unit of the Bayelsa Order.

He said the casualty, who was hijacked on October 27, 2017, had been given over to her dad, Mr. Maxwell Pepple, focusing on that examination was continuous to unwind the conditions encompassing the hijack of the little child.

Father of the casualty, Maxwell Pepple, offered thanks to the police for the protect of his little girl, saying that his girl had been discharged to him.

Pepple, who asserted no payoff was paid before the young lady was discharged by her presumed hijackers, recognized the police for their polished methodology in saving his girl.

The magistrate of police additionally said that on October 19 at around 8.30pm, work force from the Bayelsa State Unique Examination Department, through supported observing, idealized the capture of two presumed ruffians – Daman Kotingo, 27, and Parker Okpo, 47.

Asuquo said the two suspects, both of Okumbiri town, Sagbama Neighborhood Government Region of Bayelsa, had finished up plans to seize one Mrs. Fortunate Abella, monther-in-law to Mr. Nestor Binabo, previous Acting Legislative leader of Bayelsa State before fortunes ran out on them..



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