Four Abducted Persons In Delta Regain Freedom
The four persons who were Abducted last Friday along the busy Lagos Asaba road end of Boji Boji Owa in Delta State have been released by their captors.
The state Commissioner of police Hafiz Inuwa told Nigerian Tribune on Sunday that the victims were set free less than 34 hours they were abducted following the heat on them by the police and local vigilantes who stormed the bushes around power line in Boji Boji Owa.
The police boss had earlier detailed the divisional police officers in Agbor and Owa Oyibu to visit the scene of the crime to fish out the victims.
They were joined by community watchers.
No arrest was however made and no ransom was paid.
The gunmen suspected to be herdsmen had ambushed the four men while being conducted around a parcel of land around the busy Lagos Asaba road uphill immediately after the railway bridge.
Nigerian Tribune reports that most businesses within the area have closed up because of incessant activities of hoodlums.
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