IGP commence investigation to unravel 7 Police officers killings in Abuja
The Inspector General of Police (IGP), Ibrahim Idris had on Tuesday set up a team of investigators to unravel the killers of seven policemen in Abuja within 21 days.
The 7 police officers were killed by unknown gunmen at the Galadimawa roundabout area of Abuja during a stop and search on Monday night.
The cracks team would be headed by the Federal Capital territory’s Commissioner of Police, CP Bala Ciroma and other members of the team are police scene of crime experts and technical intelligence unit.
According to the statement signed by the Force Spokesman, Ag. DCP Jimoh Moshood in Abuja on Thursday.
“The Inspector General of Police, IGP Ibrahim Idris has on the 3rd July, 2018 set-up a team of Specialized Crack Investigation Detectives, Police Scene of Crime Experts and Technical Intelligence Unit of the Force to investigate the ambush attack and killing of seven Policemen while on duty on 2nd July, 2018 by armed robbers/bandits.”
“The team is to unravel arrest and prosecute those responsible for the killings and detect the motives behind the ambush and killing of the seven Policemen.”
The Police promised not to relent and vowed to bring all the crime perpetrators to justice.
Also, the IGP urged members of the public with useful information about the killing to call the following numbers: 08032003913, 08061581938 and 07057337653.
This attack occurred not less than three months after about four police officers were killed in an ambush in Benue State.