SARS arrests suspects who killed and buried policeman in a shallow grave in Imo
Some suspected armed robbers who killed and buried a serving police officer in a shallow grave in Imo state, have been arrested by operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad of the Imo State Police Command.
Imo police commissioner Isaac Akinmoyede who paraded the suspects before newsmen at the command’s headquarters in Owerri on Wednesday August 12, said the suspects identified as Chinedu, 23; Chinnor Amadi, 27; Eze Odu, aka Ezebu N’afor, 25; and Amadi Francis, 20 would be prosecuted in accordance with the laws of the land.
“On July 31, 2020, around 11.45am, SARS operatives on a tip-off intelligence arrested four suspects. The suspects are one Chinedu, 23; Chinnor Amadi, 27; Eze Odu, aka Ezebu N’afor,25; and Amadi Francis, 20, all from Ihie, Ohaji/Egbema LGA of Imo State.
“The prime suspect, Chinedu, was brought in with multiple injuries on his body. The suspects, who are strong members of the notorious outlawed late Chijioke Onyeze, aka Bracket’s gang, have confessed to how they murdered a serving policeman and buried him in a shallow grave.
“Three suspects were earlier arrested by the SARS operatives and are currently undergoing investigation. It is important to note that on July 6, 2020, the group killed one Obioma Iheka, murdered one Maduakolam Nwoguzo on May 14 and one Alozie Amadi on July 4, 2020, among others.
“Efforts are being intensified to recover their operational weapons and arrest others fleeing gang members.
“Investigation is still ongoing and further developments will be communicated.”