Kastina State Police Rescue Two Women From Bandits

The police on Kastina State have rescued two women from suspected bandits in Kurfi Local Government Area (LGA) of  Katsina State.
 Gambo Isah the public relations officer of Kastina Police confirmed this.
He explained that the rescue operation was carried out following a distress call they received on Thursday last week.
The bandits, numbering about 10 and armed with AK 47 rifles, were said to have stormed Sabon Layi village on motorbikes and kidnapped some women.

“Consequently, DPO Kurfi led Operation Puff Adder and vigilante group and chased the hoodlums up to Kaguwa village where they engaged the hoodlums into a gun duel,” the statement said.
According to Isah, the team succeeded and rescued the duo of Huraira Murnai (60) and Hadiza Murnai (50).
He noted that the hoodlums escaped into the forest while the police have commenced an investigation into the attack on the village.

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