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STOLEN VEHICLES: AIG URGES VICTIMS TO APPROACH POLICE FORMATIONS FOR CLAIMS.

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The Assistant Inspector-General of Police in charge of Zone 2 Command,Lagos, AIG Abdulmajid Ali, has called on the general public,particularly victims of car snatching or armed robbery,to cross-check their stolen cars/vehicles at various police formations within the zone,Lagos and Ogun States.

The police boss made the call today,Thursday,in his office while appraising the activities of the command and achievements recorded in the areas of Anti-Crime patrol,Anti-kidnapping, Surveillance and recovery of stolen items,particularly,cars/vehicles and motorcycles within 6(six) weeks of his leadership as the AIG Zone 2.

AIG Abdulamajid Ali declared that more than 120(one hundred and twenty) vehicles have been recovered by Lagos and Ogun states commands and other zonal formations, while more than 1000(one thousand) vehicles have so far been recovered and kept at various formations within the zone especially at  State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Departments,Anti-Robbery Squads,Special Anti-Robbery Squads,Zonal Intervention Squad etc.

The Assistant Inspector-General of Police made it clear that members of the public have the right to approach any police formation on enquiries about issues bothering them or in connection with any fact-finding mission that can assist in achieving better policing of our society vis-a-vis protection of lives and property. While he encouraged Nigerians to report any unpleasant or unethical conducts of any erring personnel of the Nigeria Police Force to his office through the Zonal Monitoring Unit (08038255873) or Public Relations Department (08037168147) or his personal line,08055885544,(SMS only) for necessary action.

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