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BREAKING….Kwara Police releases hotlines, launches manhunt for bank ATM thieves (FULL STATEMENT)

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BREAKING....Kwara Police releases hotlines, launches manhunt for bank ATM thieves (FULL STATEMENT)

The Kwara State Police Command has launched a manhunt for the perpetrators of Authomated Teller Machines (ATM) vandalization in ilorin. The Commissioner of Police, Cp Kayode Egbetokun frowned at this ugly development and has vowed to stop at nothing in apprehending the perpetrators of this highly despicable act.
He appealed to public spirited individuals to volunteer information that can lead to the arrest of these hoodlums as no effort will be spared to see that this ugly trend is nipped at the bud.

Recall that there was a report received today that two ATM of a bank (name withheld) was vandalised by unknown hoodlums and an undisclosed amount of money carted away while setting the machines ablaze.

Investigation is in progress, the perpetrators of this act will be fished out and be made to face the wrath of the law.

Members of the public are advised to go about their lawful endeavours without any fear, while the business community are to be rest assured that the safety of their lives and properties are not under any threat whatsoever,
The Commissioner of Police can be directly reached on these phone numbers,
09033871133
08070734277
08125275046
For information on criminal elements in our communities. The protection of the source and the confidentiality of such information are guaranteed by the Commissioner of Police, please.

Dsp Okasanmi Ajayi
Police Public Relations Officer
Kwara State Police Command
For: Commissioner of Police.

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