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Bauchi Police Arrest Suspected Car Thieves (Photos)

The Bauchi State Police Command has detained two suspects that specialize in theft and receiving of stolen vehicles.

The suspects, Abdulkareem Musa, 44, and Abdullahi Saleh, 40, were detained following a report received from one Baba Sadiq of Madina quarters, Bauchi, that on 17/08/2018 at about 0300hrs, unidentified persons stole his Toyota Corolla, white in colour Reg. no. BAU-241-HB valued N2million

Discreet Investigation by the command operatives led to the arrest of the following suspects while the stolen vehicle was also recovered at Jos, Plateau state.

Further investigation led to the recovery of one Honda Civic motor vehicle, black in colour with registration no. BAU-556-EKY.

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