May 9, 2020

Abia Police rescue 2 abducted persons in Aba

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The Nigerian Police

The Police Command in Abia State says it has rescued two persons kidnapped in Aba town of the state.

The Abia Commissioner of Police, Janet Agbede, who confirmed the rescue on Saturday, that the Police were still on the trail of the hoodlums.

The two victims are Nwankwo Chinedu and Ndukwe Agu, all males, aged  42 and 48.

They were both abducted on Wednesday, along Okpulo-Umuobo road, near Jesus Christ of Later Day Saint Church Temple, in Aba.

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The Commissioner said the police were able to rescue the victims unharmed, while the hoodlums escaped.

The police, however, recovered a Techno Cell phone, suspected to belong to one of the hoodlums and an RX 350 Jeep belonging to one of the victims.

The police also arrested a nursing mother suspected to be wife to one of the criminals who at the time of the onslaught was in the building where the kidnappers kept their victims.