The Anambra state Commissioner of Police, Bala Nassarawa has called for patience on the parts of the Public, as the Inspector General Homicide Crack team arrived Anambra state for thorough investigation of the cause of the floating bodies.
The Police Commissioner said the Command arrested 30 suspected armed robbers and 29 alleged kidnappers for the month of January.
Displaying some of the arms and ammunition recovered from suspected criminals in the month of January, CP Bala Nassarawa said 6 AK 47, 7 locally made pistols and over 850 live ammunition were recovered from various operations of the command this year.
He went on to narrate the achievement of the Special Anti Robbery squad of the Command in rescuing a year old baby in the hands of his abductors.
On the floating body saga, which is still a mystery for now, the Commissioner of Police called for patient on the part of the general public, as he said that the Inspector General of Police has sent crack homicide detectives to unravel the mystery behind the death of these yet to be identified bodies?
It is pertinent to recall that the Inspector General of Police Mohammed Abubarka earlier this year warned that there must be respect for human right in Anambra.
While we now wait for the outcome of the ongoing investigation, it is important to know that an autopsy has been down on some of the exhumed bodies, while result of the toxicology are now been awaited.