Robbers Forget Gun At Robbery Scene Where They Stole N2m

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A robbery in Calabar, the Cross River State capital was nothing short of dramatic, as the robbers abandoned an AK-47 rifle after they got possession of N2million belonging to a politician.

The politician reports say, was caught unawares at a building construction site at Ekorinim, a suburb of Calabar Municipality at the weekend, as he was busy passing instructions to his construction staff when the gang invaded his SUV vehicle and carted away the money inside.

The money according to sources was for payment for the services of a bulldozer and over 15 casual workers at the close of work.

“When I arrived at the plot, I securely locked the doors of my car after I had alighted and walked down to the slope where the bulldozer was piling sand but after some time when I went to the car, it was open and the money was no more there.”

He said that while he was passing instructions to the workers who were some distance away from, the hoodlums, “apparently acting on information swooped on the car, used a master key and unlocked the vehicle and carted away my money”.

According to the politician, he and his workers including the bulldozer driver mounted a search operation, only to discover one AK 47 riffle, loaded with a magazine where the bandits had laid ambush.

He said he had since reported the matter to the Police at Diamond Hill and the AK47 recovered.

Spokesman for the Cross River State Police Command, DSP John Umoh said the police was carrying out investigation to fish out the hoodlums, and assured that they will be apprehended soon.

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