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INSIDE LIFE: Police Parade Suspected Rapist, Who Jumped Into The River To Escape Arrest (SEE VIDEO)

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The spokesman of the Ebonyi State Police Command, Chris Anyanwu, has paraded a suspect and his victim over an incident that happened in Ohaukwu LGA. The police chief revealed what the 22-year-old suspect, Miracle Onwe, did while speaking on AIT News.


“We arrested a habitual rapist on the 29th of August, 2022. A young girl, Ruth, was on her farm at Aboffia when the criminal assaulted her. The suspect proceeded to steal the victim’s N45,000 phone after the assault.

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However, the victim raised an alarm while the suspect fled the scene.



“The suspected robber jumped into a river in Aboffia village to escape arrest. However, he was eventually arrested with the help of the villagers. This is not his first time doing so, as he has made a similar attempt on a minor. He had also jumped into the same river after people chased him during his first attempt.

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Although his first attempt was unsuccessful, we have received a medical report to prove the recent incident. He has confessed to the crime.


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