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Home Crimes Watch Police arrests a 22 year-old FCE Katsina student with stolen car
Police arrests a 22 year-old FCE Katsina student with stolen car

Police arrests a 22 year-old FCE Katsina student with stolen car


A 22-year-old who claimed to be a student of Federal College of Education, Katsina, is now in police net for armed robbery.

Aliyu Salisu, who said he was a 200 level Hausa/ Sociology student of the institution, was arrested on July 1, 2018, following a robbery incident in Katsina.

According to the state Police Commissioner, the suspect was picked up following investigations into an armed robbery attack in the house of one Hajiya Aisha Abdullahi at Sabuwar Unguwar, Katsina.

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The Police Commissioner said Salisu, who was mentioned in the robbery incident, was caught with another stolen vehicle, a Honda CRV with Nasarawa registration number, BE 788 NSR.

The police boss said, “On 1/07/2018, Aliyu Salisu, alias Alious, aged 22 years who has been on the run, was arrested in possession of another stolen Honda CRV light green in color, with registration No. BE 788 NSR and two GSM handsets, the property of one Nasiru Lawal of No 11 Sarkin Arewa Street, Dutsen-Safen Low Cost, Katsina.”

Salisu, who was paraded with other armed robbery suspects at the police command, Katsina on Wednesday, told journalists that he had earlier been sent to prison for stealing a handset.

He said, “I’m a 200 level Hausa/Sociology student at FCE, Katsina. My father is responsible for my education. He is a civil servant. This would not be my first crime.

“I had earlier stolen a telephone set, was caught and sent to prison. I was taking the Honda car to a buyer when I was caught. This would be my first time of stealing a car.”

The commissioner said Salisu and other suspects would be charged to court after investigations.


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