www.odogwublog.com reports that the 3-3 Police Station in Anambra State Police Command has  bursted the hideout of the men of the underworld,  recovering fleet of vehicles suspected to have been stolen from its' owners in the recent times.

According to our impeccable source, the detectives from the Police Division led by the Divisional Police Officer, CSP Jane Mbanefo recorded the success following the complaint made by one Engr. Ifeanyi Opiah of Mgbakogu close, Odume layout Obosi, Idemili North Local Government Area of the state who reported that his Toyota Camry with registration Number LAGOS: SMK 167 AH which was parked at his compound on February 10, 2018 was stolen by unknown thrives.

On receiving the complaint, a team of policemen lead by the DPO swung into action and on the course of their investigation, the said stolen car was recovered at Omife 3-3 alongside with 4 other cars suspected to have also been stolen from car park of its owners.

Our undercover reporter gathered that the registration numbers of the recovered vehicles as follows: LAGOS: DW 87 SKY (Honda CRV Ash in colour), LAGOS:  DW 768 APP (Toyota Camry Red in colour),  ANAMBRA FGG 244 AG,(Toyota Camry Blue in colour) and one Volkswagen Passat Car without registration Number.

In the course of the police investigation, it was gathered that one Ifeanyi Ohajinkwo of Omeife 3-3 and one Azubuike Metu who resides at No. 10 Pama Street Onitsha, all in Anambra State were arrested in connection with the stolen vehicles and they are now helping the Divisional Crime Bereau in their further investigation pending the transfer of the matter before the the State Commissioner of Police, CP Gruba Umar for further action.

Efforts made to reach the Divisional Police Officer to confirm the progress made by her Police Division as at the time of filling this report hit on the brick wall even as calls made across to her phone numbers, kept repeating 'Not available now, call back later while the State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) ASP Nkiruka Nwode when reached through her mobile phone pleaded with this reporter to give her time to reach the police station and get back to our news room and we are yet to receive feedback from her as at the time of hitting the press.

 By Nweke Nweke