10 Dec 2015

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Police Used Drones And Tracker To Recover Stolen Vehicle In Lagos



he Rapid Response Squad recently used technology to retrieve a stolen jeep belonging to an Editor of the Ovation Magazine. The car was snatched at gunpoint in Maryland, Lagos. The police immediately deployed the newly acquired drones and GPS tracker to get back the stolen vehicle after an official complaint was made ...Read the press statement below;

On Sunday night, the car of Mr. Michael Effiong, an Editor of the Ovation Magazine, with special number plate "Ovation 3", was snatched at gun point in Maryland. Immediately, he reported to the RRS Commander, who in turn, sent radio signal to all Divisional Police Stations across Lagos state to track down the vehicle.

For Mr. Effiong, the car had gone forever. But for the RRS Commander, Assistant Commissioner of Police, ACP Olatunji Disu, it was a task that must be accomplished.

Immediately, the Commander deployed the RRS drones and the use of GPS tracker. Eventually, the stolen vehicle was discovered where it was parked around an hotel. He led the operation to the scene of the stolen vehicle with the help of the contemporary information technology deployed to track down the jeep. The jeep was recovered beside a popular hotel, Kalesco Garden Hotel, Badagry.

The joy of Mr. Effiong knew no bounds when he was handed over his vehicle that was stolen back to him. He praised the Lagos State Police for their doggedness in recovering the vehicle.

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