The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Police Command launches intensed manhunt and investigation on who shot and killed Mr Sunday Ike, a pharmacist on Friday night at about 23.00 pm in his pharmacy at Gwarinpa Estate, in Abuja.
The gruesome nature of the murder of the Pharmacist has caused outrage with many people wondering what may have warranted such wicked attack.
According to photo released by family source, the deceased assailants shot him at a very close range right inside his pharmacy located at 3rd Avenue, Gwarinpa ,shattering his skull and leaving him to lie in his own pool of blood.
The unknown gunmen , however, took his phone and vanished into the night on Ike’s light blue Toyota Camry car with registration number BS 286 KWL
It was gathered the killers did not bother to take away money found inside drawers or other sums found on the victim.
According to a statement signed by FCT Police Command Spokesman, DSP Anjuguri Manzah and a copy made available to newsmen in Abuja, the Command has since launched a massive manhunt to arrest the unidentified gunmen who shot Sunday Ike.
According to the press statement, “The unfortunate incident happened on 19th June, 2020 at about 2300hrs at the victim’s shop located at 3rd avenue Gwarinpa.
“Police Operatives who responded to a distress call on the incident rushed the victim for medical attention at Federal Medical Centre Jabi, where he was later certified dead by medical doctors.”
While commiserating with the family and friends of the deceased, the Commissioner of Police FCT, Mr. Bala Ciroma assured FCT residents that the perpetrators of the heinous act will be arrested and brought to justice.
He also encouraged members of the public to support the police with useful information that could lead to the arrest of the assailants, who are currently on the run.
The police solicited support of members of the general public on any lead to apprehend perpetrators of the heinous crime.
“Those with useful information about the assailants are encouraged to contact any of the following FCT Police Command Control Room numbers: 08032003913, 08061581938, 07057337653, or 08028940883”.