- There is concern when armed armed men suspected of being a cultist attacked a police patrol team at LGA Ogbia, Bayelsa state
- reports According to a police inspector reportedly assaulted and injured when his rifle was confiscated
- Meanwhile, a nearby source in the area where the incident occurred has announced that the attack in the early hours of Monday, October 11th
Ogbia LGA , Bayelsa – Unidentified armed men who are suspected of being cultists attacked a police patrol team on Kolo-Ogbia Road in Ogbia County, Bayelsa State.
Daily Trust reports that a police inspector was injured in the attack, when his rifle was confiscated.
According to a source in the municipality In the Kolo the incident occurred on Monday a few minutes before midnight.
He said when the residents heard that they thought they were militants who attacked the community.
Although there are unconfirmed reports that a police inspector was killed, Bayelsa state police spokesman SP Asinim Butswat said the inspector was only injured.
Butswat confirmed the incident in the Bayelsa State Police WhatsApp group but said the investigation is still ongoing.
< blockquote> “Police officers carrying out control and search operations along Kolo-Ogbia Road were attacked by armed men suspected of being sects on October 11, 2021 at around 10:45 p.m.
“A police inspector was fatally injured and his rifle carted away. The investigation continues to arrest the gunmen and to find the stolen rifle. ”
Sahara reporters also found that other officers with gunshot wounds escaped when the gunmen escaped the entire station ransacked and got away with some ammunition.
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