Police Rescue Septuagenarian From Abductors

Police Rescue Septuagenarian From Abductors

A 77- year- old woman, Grace Agbonkpolor, has been rescued by men of the Edo State Police Command from her abductors, after spending four days in captivity.

The septuagenarian was said to have been rescued by men of the Edo State Police Command Anti- Kidnap Unit, following the arrest of one of the kidnapers, who had come forward to collect ransom demanded from the family.

The ransom according to report was to be exchanged at Obarente village, along Benin-Sapele road.

Agbonkpolo was said to have suffered similar fate in 2010, when she was allegedly kidnapped on December 23. Of that year, and was only released after payment of ransom.

Expressing gratitude to the police for her rescue and arrest one of the kidnappers, the victim appealed to the police for protection,

saying, “As long as other members of the gang are still at large, I remain unsafe.”

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