The Bauchi State Police Command has launched a manhunt to identify those guilty of the terrible death of Muhammad Abideen, an 18-month-old baby.
While in the custody of his 21-year-old mother, Saudatu Abideen, on August 19, the boy vanished from the Bakin Kura neighborhood of Bauchi.
Unfortunately, the toddler’s lifeless body was eventually discovered in a deteriorated state within a drainage system in Bauchi’s Games Village neighborhood.
Certain vital parts of the kid were discovered to be missing, emphasizing the heinous nature of the act.
In response to this heartbreaking occurrence, Bauchi State Commissioner of Police, CP Auwal Musa Muhammad PSC, expressed his profound condolences to the dead family. He vowed the police department’s unrelenting commitment to discovering and apprehending those responsible for this heinous conduct and holding them fully accountable.
DCP Yakubu Mohammed, head of the State Criminal Investigation Department (SCID), has assembled a specialized investigating team for the Bauchi State Police Command.
The team has been tasked with conducting an extensive investigation into the circumstances surrounding the child’s death. Their major goal is to find and prosecute anyone who is directly or indirectly involved in this heinous act.
The police command has advised the public, particularly parents, to remain cautious and work closely with law enforcement.
They are asked to report any suspicious persons or goods to the nearest police station as soon as possible. The police are aggressively seeking the public’s cooperation in their efforts to resolve this heartbreaking case and prevent future instances of this type.