Human skull, Ammunitions & Photos, found in Imo shrine
Policemen have uncovered a shrine at Ngor-Okpala Local Council of Imo state used as armoury and ritual den by suspected criminals. .
A human skull, 82 rounds of live ammunition, three K2 magazines, a locally-made revolver pistol, one locally-made single-barrel short gun, two axes, an identity card belonging to the prime suspect, Chidera Njoku, and photographs were recovered from the house. .
According to the Imo State police boss, Chris Ezike, a Good Samaritan informed detectives on activities of criminals and the goings on at the shrine. He said a search warrant was executed, adding that Chidera Njoku, a native of Umuagwu Alulu in Ngor-Okpala, fled through the back gate when they got hint of police arrival. .
It was gathered that the police arrested the suspect’s mother, said to be the owner of the premises.