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Thursday, 30 November 2017

Panic as armed Robbers attack banks in Niger, kill 2 policemen, others











- The episode occurred on Wednesday, November 29, in Lapai town, Lapai nearby government territory of the state - The burglars were said to be in a guard of two vehicles A report by Daily Trust shows that shooters suspected to be outfitted thieves assaulted two new age bank offices on Wednesday, November 29, in Lapai town, Lapai neighborhood government region of Niger state. As indicated by the report, the criminals executed two policemen and an undisclosed number of regular citizens amid the assault. Witnesses cited in the report, said the thieves raged the town in expansive numbers and at first assaulted one of the banks along Suleja street adjacent to Kobo Campus of the Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University before turning on another bank along Minna street. 

They were said to have entered the town through Lapai-Gulu street in a caravan of two vehicles. The criminals supposedly stole the administrator of one of the banks, whose name couldn't be quickly learned. They were said to have propelled the assaults at around 5pm, even as witnesses said the operation went on for over 60 minutes. The report said they trucked away undisclosed measure of trade out Ghana-must-go packs through Lapai-Paiko street. Be that as it may, a strengthened joint group of military and police were seen pursuing the escaping thieves yet it was uncertain whether they could secure them. The individuals who managed wounds amid the operation were however raced to clinics for restorative consideration. 

In the interim, the Nigerian police has paraded some presumed criminal components said to have practical experience in hijacking, outfitted burglary and auto grabbing. The diverse packs paraded by the police supposedly work in the Abuja-Kaduna, Abuja-Minna-Bida, Birnin Gwari-Funtua and Abuja-Lokoja parkways. They were captured because of the Operation Absolute Sanity, which was as of late fortified with extra police work force and required coordinations by the Inspector-General of Police Ibrahim K. Idris.

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