The Police Command in Anambra recovered 31 assorted weapons and arrested four suspects, during a raid on a criminal hideout in the Onitsha main Market on Sept. 11.
Similarly, the command in Ogun recovered eight stolen vehicles on Sept. 10.
This is contained in the summary of a nationwide Police Crime Report for the second week of September, made available to newsmen on Tuesday in Abuja.
The report showed that 45 weapons were recovered nationwide during the period, with Anambra recording the highest.
It listed the recovered weapons to include 27 Pump Action guns, two double barrel short guns, one sub-machine gun and one Brownie pistol.
The statement also said that 3,000 rounds of 7.62 ammunition, 237.65 rounds of live ammunition, 24,135 live cartridges, and magazines were recovered during the raid.
It said that the Ogun Command recovered the eight vehicles at Olokuta village in Abeokuta, after the arrest of three persons suspected to be member of a car snatching syndicate.
The statement said that 11 vehicles were recovered nationwide during the period, reports News Agency of Nigeria.
It listed the vehicles as Toyota Highlander jeep, Toyota Carina II with Reg. No. JP 981 ABC; Honda Accord with Reg. No. LSR 35 BC and Honda Accord with Reg. No. FW 356 LSR.
Others are Toyota Camry with Reg. No. LSR 361 AZ and another without a registration number; Volkswagen Passat Wagon with Reg. No. MUS 26 BR and Honda Accord with Reg. No. SMK 279