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Police injure three suspected armed robbers in Niger

The police in Minna, Niger State, have stated that three suspected armed robbers were “fatally injured” in a shootout with men of the anti-robbery squad along the Lunma-Banana road in the Borgu Local Government Area of the state.

Police parade two armed bandits, recover munitions

Police in Ogun State, on Tuesday, paraded two suspected armed bandits who specialised in high-wired kidnapping and armed robbery.

Customs intercepts truck conveying 200,000 live ammunition from Niger to Anambra

The Minna command of the Nigeria Customs Service says it has intercepted a truck load of 200,000 live ammunition.

Killings: Police arrest 8 suspected bandits in Benue

The Nigeria Police Force said it had arrested four suspected bandits in connection with several killings in Benue.

Police arrest 34 suspects, recover arms over Ijebu-Igbo cult clash

Police say they have arrested 34 suspects linked to the recent bloody clash between two rival cult groups which claimed four lives in Ijebu-Igbo, Ogun.

Police recover 3,445 arms, ammunition from criminals in Ogun

The Ogun State Police Command says it has recovered 3,445 arms and ammunitions from criminals in the state via mop-up operations directed by the Force Headquarters across the states.

Police arrest 49 suspected armed robbers, kidnappers

The Nigeria Police Force has arrested 49 suspects for alleged kidnapping, cattle rustling and armed robbery across Niger, FCT, Nasarawa, Kaduna and Zamfara.

Police arrest 28 suspected kidnappers, armed robbery gang

The Nigeria Police Force has arrested 28 suspects for alleged kidnapping, armed robbery and unlawful possession of firearms in Tafa Local Government Area of Niger.

Police in Benue intercept 1,427 live ammunition

The Police in Benue said they had intercepted 1,427 cartridges of 5.56 mm live ammunition along Makurdi-Lafia Road.

Operation Crocodile Smile II achieving result in Niger Delta – Nigerian Army

The 6 Division, Nigerian Army, Port Harcourt, says the “Exercise Crocodile Smile 2” operational activities within the Division’s Area of Responsibility (AOR) is achieving result after its flag off.

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