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Attack on Anambra eatery: Police urge prompt report of robberies

The Anambra Police Command has urged citizens of the state to promptly report robbery cases in order for the command to respond quickly.

DSP Toochukwu Ikenga, the command’s Police Public Relations Officer, made the appeal in a statement published in Awka on Monday.
Ikenga was responding to a reported attack on a restaurant in Oko, Orumba North Local Government Area, during which victims were reportedly robbed of their goods.

He noted that swiftly reporting robbery incidents to the police might increase the chances of apprehending the perpetrators.

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He urged anyone who were allegedly robbed of their stuff during the claimed operation to come forward with the complaint and specifics of the crime.

“The Police Command in Anambra wishes to urge victims of the unconfirmed report circulating in the media, tagged ‘Anambra: Gunmen visit eatery on Easter day, rob fun-seekers of their mobile phones’, to come forward and report.

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information to investigate and deploy personnel in this regard.
“This will also help to avert such incidents from reccurring in the area or any place in the state,” he further stated.


He gave assurance that the command “will not fold its hands and allow some disgruntled elements in the state to make life unbearable for the residents”.

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The PPRO, therefore, appealed to the public to assist the command with relevant information that would help in fighting crime and criminality in the state.


He stated that the command could be reached through its emergency numbers, including 112, 07039194332 or his mobile phone number 08039334002 “for prompt response”.
“We also have an ‘NPF rescue me App’ that is also available for free download on both Android and Apple IOS,” he said.



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