Unknown gunmen have razed the zone 13 police headquarters in Ukpo, Anambra state, during a violent attack.
TheCable understands the hoodlums invaded the station on the morning of Monday, 19 April, 2021 and opened fire on police officers.
It is not immediately clear those behind the attack or the extent of damage caused.
But TheCable learnt that at least three vehicles were also razed in the incident.
The incident comes two weeks after the headquarters of the Imo police command was razed by unknown gunmen.
Tochukwu Ikenga, Anambra police command spokesman, said he could not provide details about the incident when contacted.
He referred TheCable to Nkeiruka Nwode, the zonal command spokesperson, whose mobile number was not reachable.
The attack comes amid the growing security incidents in Anambra whose governorship election scheduled for November 6 is fast approaching.
Willie Obiano, the state governor, recently raised an alarm over the worsening security situation, saying the state was under siege by criminals.
“I call on everybody, irrespective of affiliations to come together and support government and security agencies to fight our common enemy. Those who seek to destroy what we have laboured to build must not be tolerated in any manner,” Obiano had said.
Apart from Anambra, other states in the south-east have been witnessing a spoke in criminal attacks and targeted assault against security agencies.
TheCable had reported how killings in the region tripled since the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) formed its security arm.
The south-east governors had also launched a joint security outfit to curb the attacks, but not much has changed since they took the action.