The Kaduna State Police Command has apprehended three suspects in connection with the disappearance of a three days old baby boy.
The suspects, according to the State Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, ASP Mohammed Jalige, were arrested by the Command’s Operatives on 26th November 2020 in their hideout at Unguwan Baraya Jos Road Bauchi, Bauchi state.
The statement explained that the kidnapped baby boy was safely recovered from them and handed over to his parents.
The statement further explained that upon investigation the suspects confessed to the crime and would be charged to court to face the consequences of their action.
The statement stated, “On 9th November 2020, the Kaduna State Police Command received a complaint of a missing three (3) days old baby boy. On receipt of the complaint, the operatives of the command immediately swung into action, gathered sufficient intelligence and succeeded in arresting the suspects.”
The statement gave the names of the suspects as Kabiru Suleiman 30yrs (Husband), Aisha Musa 19yrs (Wife) and Salamatu Musa 27yrs of age, all resident in Abuja Road, Rigasa.
The statement explained that the suspects nurtured the evil plan during the early period of the pregnancy by coming closer to the expectant mother in the guise of friendship and succeeded in whisking away the baby three days after he was delivered.
The Commissioner of Police Kaduna Command, CP Umar M. Muri, called on the people of Kaduna State to be wary of who they entrust their children and wards, to avoid the repeat of such incidents.
He equally urged them to always report suspicious persons to the nearest Police formation for immediate intervention.
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