Lagos police arrested robbers, arrested four
Police officers affiliated with Sputnik and Aguda units arrested two (2) alleged robbers, each in different locations in their respective neighborhoods.
The Satellite Division arrested two (2) suspected armed robbers along Agboja / Alakia on the Lagos / Badagra Expressway on February 19, 2021 at 10:35 pm. Two suspects, Solomon Ayuba, 26, and Manase David, 20, were caught blatantly by the police when they attacked unsuspecting passengers in the area while other gang members followed suit.
Several days before the arrest, police officers established surveillance of the suspected armed robbers.
The items found include a local pistol, several cartridges and 2 face masks.
Likewise, agents assigned to the Aguda branch on February 20, 2021, at about 1.35 pm, arrested two (2) robbery suspects during the attack and robbery of a Toyota Siena bus with registration number AAA 30 AZ, which was driven by Apele Mohammed. M., driving along Olatunji Onimole Street from Brown Junction.
The suspects are Ismail Abayomi, 24, and Seun Akinbun, 25.
The suspects and others in general attacked the bus, broke the side screen, and took away his Infinix-8 phone from Atinuke Adis.
In another case, agents associated with the area commander’s office, Area E Festac, arrested two (2) suspects with some destroyed tracks belonging to the Nigerian Railway Corporation on February 20, 2021 at around 4:00 pm. The police, who were going through a routine check, stopped a car driven by a certain Victor Akpan, m. 21, from Ijora, Lagos, and his accomplice, Adesina Folorunsho, m, no. 36, Biefield Apapa road, and found traces of vandalism on the said car. …
They were unable to give a satisfactory account of the vandalism, but claimed to have received them from some villains.
Lagos State Police Commissioner KP Hakim Odumos has ordered the robber suspects to be brought to the Panti State Penitentiary System for a thorough investigation as the Area E Festac District Commander works with his DPOs and intensifies efforts to track down fleeing robbers and investigate them closely. investigations on vandalized tracks.
The chief of police also reaffirmed the command’s commitment to keep track of criminals and thugs in Lagos state.
CSP OLUMUYIWA ADEJOBI (mepr)
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FEBRUARY 21, 2021.