The Inspector General Police (IGP) Mohammed Adamu, following the shootings on April 14 which resulted in the death and injury of innocent persons, has deployed a combined units of intervention squads to Numa Kochu village, Nasarawa State to provide additional support to the existing operatives in the State.
The Inspector General also directed the State Commissioner of Police to identify and fish out all persons connected to the dastardly killings.
A statement by the Force Spokesperson, Frank Mba said that the combined tactical teams comprised the Police Mobile Force (PMF), Counter Terrorism Unit (CTU), Explosive Ordinance Department (EOD), IGP Intelligence Response Team (IRT), Force Intelligence Bureau (FIB) and Specialized Investigators from the Force Criminal Investigation Department (FCID).
The statement said that the team has been mandated to provide support to the existing security architecture in the State to prevent further attacks and carry out discrete investigation into the killings.
It said that IGP expressed the commitment of the Force to uncover and bring the perpetrators of the killing to justice, even as he implored any member of the Public with useful and credible information that could aid the ongoing investigation not to hesitate to avail same to the Police through the following contacts: 08033097663, 08033674246.