Victor Ogon, a 28-year-old man from Bayelsa State, has been arrested for supplying arms to criminals in the state.
The suspect was apprehended by operatives of the Anti-kidnapping Unit following a tip-off, according to the command's spokesperson, SP Asinim Butswat, who made the announcement on Wednesday, April 28.
"The suspect, Victor Ogon, a notorious member of the dreaded Bobos cult group from Agudama-Epie, Yenagoa, has manufactured and sold many locally made weapons to cultists and armed robbers in Bayelsa State," he said.
Detectives are on the lookout for some of the cultists who bought some locally produced arms from him," says the source.
"The Commissioner of Police, Bayelsa State Command, CP Mike Okoli, calls on the public to continue to help police in their difficult task of combating crime and criminality in the state," he said.
People are urged to stay safe and on lookout until the accused are all arrested, if you see anything suspicious don’t hesitate to contact the nearest police, spread the word to your loved once to be safe, thank you
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