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Bayelsa State Vigilante Apprehends Two Notorious Criminals Terrorizing Tombia Market Axis



Two notorious criminals popular for robbing unsuspecting traders and buyers at the Tombia Market in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State have been arrested by special squad of the Bayelsa State vigilante service.

The two suspects identified as Kingsley Maxwell (20 years) and James Ebi (23 years) were arrested shortly after robbing one Gold Ebi, while she was buying food items at the Tombia market.

According to the victim, she was inside the market when the two robbers accosted her and snatched her bag. “So, I immediately raised an alarm that alerted the men of the Bayelsa state vigilante service who were around the market at the time. I saw them chased and apprehended the thieves.” She added.

Excited traders and pedestrians at the market expressed joy and relief, confirming that the two suspects have been terrorising the market on daily basis, even on broad day light.

One James Oyinkuro confirmed that one of the criminals robbed his Point Of Sale (POS) shop few weeks ago, while several others acknowledged that the duo are known dreaded criminals who operate within the Tombia roundabout regularly.


Speaking to newsmen shortly after the arrest, the Chairman of Bayelsa State vigilante service, Hon. Doubiye Alagba, used the medium to warn other criminals who operate within the Tombia roundabout axis and other parts of the state to choose a new leaf of life or face the full wrath of the law when caught.

According to him, “operation comb the black spot is still on course and we will continue to bring in new strategies to achieve more results.

“Our men are everywhere but you might not notice them. They are always within your vicinity. The Tombia roundabout must be peaceful as other areas within the state capital and we will see to that effect.”

The two suspects had been handed over to operatives of the state owned police security outfit code named ‘Operation Dou Akpo’ .

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  1. Ogbomi festus

    April 29, 2021 at 2:01 pm

    Pls I beg beat them mercilessly in a way they will not try it again in their life time to teach others a lesson because they even robbed me this morning at that tombia roundabout and even other students going to otuoke so I beg of the police and army to secure the place us like we students in particular

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