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16 Feb
Delta police command parades 99 suspects for robbery, kidnapping, cultism
10 Feb
Robbery, kidnapping attempt foiled in Zamfara, 14 motorcycles recovered
16 Nov 2020
Ajah residents recount robbery ordeal
26 Jul 2020
The trial of suspects involved in the 2018 Offa bank robbery has been stalled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
15 Apr 2020
At least one hundred and fifty suspects have been paraded in Ogun for alleged robbery and cultism.
9 Jan 2019
Hearing of the case involving five accused persons arrested in connection with deadly bank robbery in Offa, Kwara state was on Monday stalled at a Kwara state High Court in Ilorin.
26 Nov 2018
Offa Robbery: Reps to probe death of gang leader.
19 Jan 2018
Curbing robbery - AIG Zone 2 parades 13 suspects, recovers arms.
23 Sep 2017
South Africa robbery - 5 Police officers who allegedly robbed a Nigerian docked.
14 Sep 2017
IGP denies Wike's allegations of police involvement in kidnapping, robbery.
9 Jan 2017
Reports say up to 16 people have been arrested across France in connection with the robbery at gunpoint of reality TV star Kim Kardashian in Paris in October.

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