The Commissioner of Police in Kaduna State, Umar Muri, has visited the Good Shepherd Major Seminary in the state where four students were abducted on Thursday.
He assured the students that the police would secure the release of the abducted four.
A statement issued by the Kaduna State Police spokesman, Yakubu Sabo, on Friday, suggested that the commissioner of police made an assessment of the scene and increased the level of security at the seminary with hopes of fortifying the structure.
The statement added that the police commissioner sympathised with the management of the school over the sad incident while the police command had already mobilised its personnel to track the perpetrators and had reached out to the Inspector General of Police Intelligent Response Team for technical support.
According to close sources, the bandits accessed the school dormitory where two hundred and sixty-eight (268) students were accommodated.
The school's management applauded the timely response of the police command and expressed their confidence that the police would secure the release of all four students unhurt.
Umar Muri appealed to people of the state to help the police in order to create smooth working relationships in their respective communities to help them ensure the freedom of the captives.