MONROVIA-The Liberia National Police through its Inspector General, Patrick Sudue has revealed that the police is in search of two AK47 riffles used by some alleged armed robbers recently to perpetrate crimes around Montserrado and its environs.
Making the disclosure at a news conference held at the police headquarters on Capitol Hill in Monrovia over the weekend, Col. Sudue said the AK47 rounds were retrieved from robbers along with several deadly weapons during the incident.
According to the police IG, they could not retrieve those two pistols as the other managed to escape with the guns, but he assured the public that those men will also be arrested.
He further vowed to retrieve the guns in question once those robbers remain in the confines of the country. “we already gotten their names and other information that could aid us in the process.”
When quizzed as to how these robbers got those weapons in question, Col. Sudue noted that most of the weapons particularly single barrow are locally made from neighboring Guinea.
Recently, the police in it strive to fight against armed robbery in the country, crackdown eight armed robbers in Browerville.
Morlu Dorbor, Isaac Willaims, Junior Seppoh, Lee Yeayor, Abraham Kerto, Zaza Kollie, Obediah Zangar and Prince Vormoh are believed to have terrorized peaceful citizens in Paynesville, Johnsonville, FDA community and Marshall.