Ogun state Police command rescues kidnapped victims

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The Ogun state Police command has on 21/8/19 foiled the activities of hoodlums who have chosen kidnapping as business in Ogun state.
In checkmating the activities of hoodlums in the state,  four members of a kidnap gang who abducted three persons including a son of the Chief Imam of Ode-Omi Community on Sunday 11th of August 2019 which coincidentally was Sallah day were arrested by men of the Command.
The three victims namely: Adamson Bamidele, Adam Jelil and Sanni Azeez were earlier rescued on 16th of August 2019 while police kept on trailing their abductor who are still hibernating in the creek.
 Before the arrest, the policemen advanced to their hideout in the creek and engaged them in gun battle; four policemen were injured in the process forcing the policemen to withdrawn but laid ambush around the area.
 Unknown to them that they are being trail, four members of the gang came out of the creek probably to relocate to another place and police swooped on them and got them arrested. Recovered from them are: Two cut to seize guns, Four live cartridges, One cylinder, one boat engine and assorted charms.
 While the arrested suspects  were been taken to Abeokuta by men of SARS, their other colleague who have laid ambush for them between Abigi and J4 attacked the team with the view of freeing their arrested members,  resulting to cross firing between the gang and the Police.
At the end of the gun duel, two out of the arrested suspects and one of the attackers were fatally injured. One pump action gun belonging to the attackers and three expended cartridges were recovered at the scene of the ambush while some of the attackers escaped with bullet injuries.
The Command hereby seize this opportunity to appeal to members of the public, especially hospitals to report anybody seen with gunshot injury to the police in their area.
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