The Delta State Police Command, on Monday, rescued three sisters who were said to have been kidnapped in Egbudu-Akah, Aniocha South Local Government Area of the state.

The command’s Public Relations Officer, SP Bright Edafe, disclosed this in a post on his X handle on Tuesday.

His caption read, “The command yesterday, March 24, 2024, rescued three sisters who were allegedly kidnapped in Egbudu-Akah, in Aniocha South LGA, and arrested one of the suspected kidnappers.

“The sisters have since been reunited with their families. This feat was achieved when a concerned resident of the community sighted the kidnappers dragging the girls to the bush.”

He added that in a stop-and-search duty on the same day, the operatives of the command also apprehended a suspected cultist and recovered a locally made cut-to-size double barrel gun.

He wrote, “On the same date in Agbor, a suspected cultist was intercepted during w stop-and-search duty. When searching, a locally made cut-to-size double barrel gun was recovered.

“CP Abaniwonda Olufemi has directed that the suspects be transferred to SCID for further investigation.”

PUNCH Online reports how policemen in Benue State rescued a 50-year-old kidnap victim at Tine Nine, Zaki Biam, in the Ukum Local Government Area of the state.

The victim was said to have been discovered in a coma after his abductors abandoned him. He was later taken to the General Hospital, Zaki-Biam, where he was relieved.