The display of N60 million, reportedly recovered by the Rivers State Police Command
The Rivers State Police Command said the money, belonging to one of the new generation banks in the state, was recovered on Monday after it was abandoned at the premises of a popular supermarket in a taxi car within GRA, Port Harcourt.
Port Harcourt, Deputy Police Commissioner in charge of Administration, Mr. Uche Anozia, explained that the bullion van was contracted from a company in the state to convey money for two new generation banks in Port Harcourt from Aba.
The van disembarked when it had delivered money to one of the banks on the grounds that the police were only paid to escort for Zenith Bank.
The driver of the bullion van drove off to a yet-to-be-known destination after the escorts allowed him to go and deliver the N100 million to the other bank, Stanbic Bank
Mr. Stanley Ndubuisi of Bankers Warehouse, laid a complain about a missing bullion van. It was rented by Zenith Bank and Stanbic Bank, here in Port Harcourt to bring cash from Aba.
The Rivers State Police Command said, “We got information on July 11, that a certain Ford Explorer was parked at the premises of Everyday Supermarket, located in GRA and that the vehicle contains sacks suspected to be bank property. “I immediately dispatched my DC Operations to the area to verify. Fortunately for us, it was discovered that the sacks in the vehicle belong to Stanbic Bank because of the seals on them.
“The cash recovered from the van is N60,250,000., according to information. The driver that parked the car there is the driver of Everyday Supermarket. He is on the run now as when writing this report .”.