The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Police Command yesterday said it has commenced a full-fledge investigation into the case of theft in the Gwarinpa home of former president Goodluck Jonathan.
The house located on number 89, Fourth Avenue in the Gwarimpa district of Abuja, was allegedly burgled by police personnel assigned to guard the premises.
Police Public Relations Officer of the command, Anjuri Mamzah, who made this known in a statement last night, said the policemen on guard at the house have been detained for questioning, after preliminary investigation revealed that some items were missing.
The PPRO, in the statement, said: “The FCT police command wishes to inform the general public that it has commenced full-fledged investigation into the case of theft in the Gwarinpa residence of former president Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, GCFR.
“Preliminary police investigation on the matter has revealed that some items were found to be missing in the house.
“Meanwhile, the policemen who were supposed to be on guard duty at the house have been detained for questioning. Investigation to find out what actually happened is currently in progress.
“The Command wants to assure all that the result of findings on the on-going investigation will be made public.”