David Ongom Mudong, the Aswa River Region Police Spokesperson said on Saturday morning that the police canine department launched an operation to track down the suspects with the help of the sniffer dogs.
The Police canine dogs have tracked down and helped effect the arrest
of ten suspected robbers in Gulu City.
With the help of the sniffer dogs, the police spent the better
parts of Friday hunting for suspects in the break-in at an accessories shop
along the Gulu Main Street in Pece-Laroo division last night.
It is alleged that the thugs in the early hours of Friday morning
with the aid of metal cutting machines gained entry into the shop belonging to
Maxwell Bob Opio by cutting his door.
However, a night boda-boda rider who noticed the strange actions
of the suspects notified the police night patrol who then rushed to the scene
causing the suspects to escape before completely executing their mission.
David Ongom Mudong, the Aswa River Region Police Spokesperson said
on Saturday morning that the police canine department launched an operation to track down the
suspects with the help of the sniffer dogs.
He disclosed that by Friday evening ten suspects had been
arrested from their different hideouts and are being held at Gulu City Central Police Station adding that a search is ongoing on the
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This comes in the wake of an increase in robbery and break-in
cases in Gulu City. The thugs take advantage of the rainy nights to carry out