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Three policemen remanded for stealing rifles

 Three policemen have been remanded in prison custody for allegedly stealing two AK 47 rifles worth N1.7m belonging to the Nigeria Police Force.

They were earlier dismissed after facing an orderly room trial.

The policemen are Uzor Emmanuel aged 34, Akharamen Michael aged 31 and Jimoh Halilu aged 27.
They were attached to “Operation Wabaizigan”
It was gathered that the two fully-loaded AK-47 rifles assigned to Micheal and Jimoh were allegedly stolen from Uzor at Obodo Guest House, Uwasota Road, Ugbowo, Benin City on July 17, 2019..
Sergeant Uzor had gone to the guest house with a lady friend after he closed from duty but discovered the rifles were stolen at about 2am.
The policemen were arraigned on three count charges of conspiracy and stealing.

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