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The suspect, Paulina Santos
The suspect, Paulina Santos

The Nasarawa police command has paraded a lady identified as Paulina Santos for allegedly planning the kidnap of the mother of her friend whose husband works with the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, (NNPC.

According to the state’s commissioner of police, Mr Bola Longe, the lady who is a casual staff in a primary healthcare facility in Azuba Bashayi of Lafia North local government area contacted someone to help her organize a criminal gang to execute the task, with a plan of extracting a large sum from the kidnap.

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Longe said: On February 11, at about 2030hrs, based on credible intelligence, police operatives attached to the Command’s Anti-Kidnapping section busted and subsequently arrested one Paulina Santos ‘f’ who had conceived a disingenuous plan to kidnap the mother  of her bosom friend.” He further disclosed that the suspect has confessed to the crime and will be charged to court after investigation has been concluded.”

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