Kogi bank robbery: IGP orders manhunt for perpetrators

OHAFIA-TV News | Kogi bank robbery: IGP orders manhunt for perpetrators

..Deploys IRT, STS, FSARS crack detectives to state

The Inspector-General of Police has ordered a full-scale manhunt for the perpetrators of the attack on Isanlu Police station and a commercial bank in Yagba East LGA of Kogi State on 4th June 2020.

The IGP while condemning the incident, has deployed a team of crack detectives from the Intelligence Response Team (IRT), the Special Tactical Squad (STS) and Federal-SARS to Kogi State to ensure that the criminals are apprehended and brought to book.


In a statement yesterday by Force Public Relations Officer, DCP Frank Mba, the IGP has also directed the Assistant Inspector-General (AIG) of Police in charge of the Zone-8 Police Headquarters, Lokoja, AIG Yunana Babas, mni to immediately assess and review the security arrangement in Kogi State and environ so as to prevent any future occurrence of such untoward incident in the State.

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“The AIG is to personally oversee the ongoing investigations into the attack and coordinate intelligence that will lead to unearthing the whereabouts of the hoodlums and the circumstances surrounding the unfortunate incident.

“The IGP condoles the families of the police officers and other persons who lost their lives in the course of duty during the encounter with the hoodlums.


“He calls on the Isanlu Community and the entire people of Kogi State to remain calm and to avail the Police with credible information that will help in the speedy arrest of the criminal elements.

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