KANO - Suspected Boko Haram Islamists razed a police station and killed 14 people, whose charred bodies were found, in an overnight raid in Nigeria’s northeastern city of Gombe, witnesses said Saturday. The city was put under lockdown, with no residents allowed to leave their homes, after the gun and bomb assaults where attackers also tried to break into a prison in a botched attempt to free inmates, witnesses and local radio said. Boko Haram, responsible for a wave of recent raids in northern and central Nigeria, have repeatedly claimed its members are being illegally held in state prisons and demanded their release.