The Anti Cultism/Kidnapping Squad (ACKS) in Cross River State Police Command have apprehended three kidnappers and set free the victims.

Ngrealnews gathered that the men swung into action, upon receiving a discomfort call by Anti Cultism/Kidnapping Squad (ACKS), that some group of suspected kidnappers were intimidating the people along Okora Agbor Street in Calabar Municipal local government of Cross River State.

A source, who identified as Mathias Ukpong, disclosed that the suspected gang release bullet on the air when they sight the police officers that resulted to exchange of gun battle, which resulted into the death of three kidnappers due to serious wound suffered but died while treatment them at Police Hospital in Calabar.

The suspected kidnappers were Akpan Godwin ‘M’ age 25 yrs, Johnson Aniekan ‘M’ 27 yrs and Udeme Michael Okon ‘M’ 26 yrs and One Audy Saloon Car with Reg No XA 827 ANA Blue Colour, One locally made pistol, One live Cartridge and One expended Cartridge and Charms were recovered from the suspects.

On Wednesday, the Police Public Relations Officer, Cross River State Police Command DSP Irene Ugbo confirmed that a kidnapped victim was set free without injuries and has been with the family.

She said, “I want to equivocally state that the Command will not rest in her resolve of crime-fighting, protection of liv3s and property, rights of citizens etc. while soliciting to members of the public to promptly disseminate useful information and also report suspicious movement to the Police at all times for quality service delivery

“It is a well-established fact that community Policing is yielding tremendous results, an initiative of the incumbent Inspector General of Police, IGP Mohammed Abubakar Adamu to formally bring Policing at doorstep of the people.

“Let me also use this medium to commend the media, the good people of Cross River State and stakeholders for their uncommon and indistinguishable support and resolve to readily collaborate with the Police in tackling security challenges in Cross River."

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