Friday, 16 June 2017

Billionaire Kidnapper Evans Used Expensive Anti-Track Phones, 126 Sim Cards

More details have emerged on the tactics being used by notorious most wanted billionaire kidnapper, Chukwudubem Onwuamadike alias Evans to avoid being arrested.

A Police source told PUNCH that Evans bought two expensive Vertu Phones and a Turaya that have anti-track capabilities.

The source said Evans confessed to have bought the vertu phones for N4.6M, and that he was able to buy the 126 SIM cards from thugs at computer village.

"He has 11 phones. Two of them are special Virtu phones, which are very difficult to track. He also has a Turaya, which is a satellite phone.

"It can be used anywhere, including in the bush, on the sea, and desert, where there are no GSM service. In Nigeria, we don’t have the capability to track Turaya.

"He said he bought the Vertu phones N4.6m. He used the three phones for his nefarious activities. We succeeded in tracking him through the other phones he has.”

"We studied and analysed 126 SIM cards before we caught him. We have about two-page analysis of each of the numbers.

"He used 125 of those numbers to call his gang members only and used one to call his mother, wife and sister. He said he bought all the SIM cards already registered in Computer Village for N1,500 each.

The police further added that Evans' sister's statement led to his arrest

"We picked his sister, his childhood friend with whom he attended primary school, and four of his girlfriends. They gave us the information that led to his arrest.

"Evans confirmed that they didn’t know he was into kidnapping. Because of that, we granted them bail, while investigations continue."

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