Photo: Mobile Police Officer & Access Bank Employee Arrested For Robbery In Port Harcourt

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December 26, 2016 – Picture: Mopol, Mobile Police Officer & Access Bank Employee Arrested In Port Harcourt Rivers State After Foiled Robbery

A Police officer and an employee of Access Bank have been arrested in connection to a foiled robbery case in Rumuolumeni area of Port Harcourt.

3 suspects were arrested last week Thursday while some members of the gang fled on sighting police operatives.

However, 2 AK 47 rifles belonging to serving policemen were recovered during the operation.

The discovery of the rifles led to the arrest of the above police officer, Sergeant Promise Ukwuoma and an Access Bank employee, Samuel Ndudiri pictured above.

The duo were arrested around 11:35am on Friday.

A police corporal, Gabriel Igwe and some members of the gang which arranged the foiled robbery are currently on the run.

Here is what Rivers State Police Spokesman, Nnamdi Omoni said:

4 thoughts on “Photo: Mobile Police Officer & Access Bank Employee Arrested For Robbery In Port Harcourt

  1. Our problem in Nigeria is our inability to enforce our laws. There is no point of displaying these lunatics on the page of newspaper by making them feel important. The officer and the employee deserve death sentencing without court trial.

    Keeping them in jail amounts to wasting tax payers money. Other incoming armed robbers are watching. All they have to say is let me go out there and rob people of their hard earn money, the authority will only lock me up in jail that is it.

    If these people know they are going to be publicly executed, there will be drastically reduction in the rate of armed robbery, kidnapping, assassination etc. We cannot continue to let them take innocent lives and thing putting them in prison in return that is no punishment.

    We have to make our laws vibrate like human. If we treat all these social menace with kids glove, we will continue to experience lawlessness in our society. Why cant we emulate other countries such as China, Saudi Arabia and some other part of Asia where you can at least be assured of getting justice.

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