Bamenda: Legion commander returns stolen vehicle to owner

stolen car returned to it's owner

The Legion commander of the North West, Colonel Boum Bissoue Raymond on May 22nd 2020, handed over a stolen vehicle that has been in the keeping of separatists fighters to its owner

The said vehicle was seized from the owner a year ago at the  mile 7 Nkwen neighborhood. This vehicle served as a means of transportation to the separatists fighters who used it for kidnapping, transportation of fuel and marijuana.

Early last April, an operation was carried out at Saddle Hill Ranch in Bafut, an area where a separatist camp had been established, several objects were seized amongst which were a car, guns, knives, horses and locally made explosives according to Colonel Matiang Charles Alain

The owner whose Identity remains undisclosed narrated the story of the reclamation.

"Since last year this vehicle was taken. I didn't know where they took it to nor what they used it for. I just saw a vehicle on TV and recognized it as mine. I was called from Bafoussam for identification at the 5th gendarmerie Region in Bamenda"

"I presented my documents and the keys of my car have been handed to me."

Speaking shortly after handing over the sports fortuna, Colonel Boum Bissoue Raymond who recently took over as the legion commander, congratulated his team and encouraged their efforts reirterating that peace should  regain it's place in the Northwest Region.


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