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Police arrest a man dealing in human body parts, discovers four dead bodies



The River State police command on Tuesday caught a man that deals in human parts, he was identified as Anthony Ndubuisi, who is accused of kidnapping, of which his victims were killed and the remnants of his four victims were trashed in his septic tank.

Also, a fresh body and three skulls were discovered by policemen inside his compound in Umurbele community, in Etche Local Government Areas of River State.

The anti kidnapping unit of the state police command caught a 52 year old man who is from Ngor Okpala in Imo State, who living in Umubiele 1, following intelligence report.

The suspect, who took the Commissioner of police, Joseph Mukan, along with other police officers of the command to the compound were the body parts were kept, was reported to have have confessed to the crime during his interrogation.

It was understood that three of the victims were Togolese nationals, while the other was from Abia state.

It was said that Ndubuisi took his victims to his house, killed them, before asking for ransom from their relatives.

Ndubuisi, who said that he became a kidnapper because of poverty, said that he had made N800,000 from his victims.

He said that he deceives his victims to come to his house, telling them he wants to buy shoes and when they come to his house, he usually tells them to sit down.

He said when they have sat down, he will stand at their back and choke them to death. He said he has been doing this for a while. He says he usually take their shoes whenever he kills them.

He said that when he did the last one, he was under investigation by police, who was finding his whereabouts. He said one of his customers called him to come, and when he got there, he was then arrested By the police.

The Commissioner of Police, Joseph Mukan, said the criminal is a serial killer, who collects ransom and still murder his victims.

Abudulrasheed Mubarak is a freelance content creator. He starting his writing career in 2011. He is a graduate of Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi in Urban and Regional Planning.

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