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Plateau State Police Vow To Crackdown On Hoodlums (Sarasuka) Disturbing the Peace Of The State.

The Nigeria police, plateau State command has vowed to crackdown group on hoodlums a.k.a “Sarasuka”disturbing and posing threat to the peace of the people of plateau State and its environs.
As the security is set to smoke out the hoodlums from their enclaves and solicit the maximum cooperation of the good people of the State for effective operations of the security agent in the state.
The commissioner of police plateau state command, Akin Moyede revealed this to journalists in a press briefing to review the command activities in the state for the past five (5) weeks held at the command headquarters on the 21th Nov, 2019 .
“Reports reaching us revealed that, these group of street urchins are causing problems to the cooperate peace of the State and the security is set to go after them to smoke them out from where they may be hiding and bring them to justice “.
The commissioner of police solicit the cooperation of the good people of the state to cooperate with the security agencies and report any links that will lead to the arrest of these hoodlums.
“These bad people terrorising our state, community and neighborhood live with us, they are our brothers , for the interest and the peace of the State ,we begged you to avail the police credible information that could lead to the arrest of this group. “
In a similar development, the commissioner said for the past five weeks ,the command has arrested no fewer than 34 persons with various crimes, some have confess to the crime, while some are still under going interrogations and investigation ,they will be charged to court as soon as investigation is concluded.
Those paraded before journalists include, unlawful possession of fire arms and ammunitions, illegal fabrication of fire arms, culpable homicide.
The police also parade twenty-one suspects in the case of criminal conspiracy, mischief, causing hurt and culpable homicide which they will soon be charge to court as soon as investigations are completed

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