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So-Safe Arrests ‘One Chance’ Robbers in Ogun, Recovers Stolen Items

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So-Safe Arrests ‘One Chance’ Robbers in Ogun, Recovers Stolen Items












Written By Dedeigbo Ayodeji Samson













Posted By Town Crier News Nigeria












Published By Fitness Network Communications













The Ogun State Community, Social Orientation and Safety Corps, So-Safe Corps, has arrested a motorist, identified as Kehinde, and his accomplices for allegedly robbing passengers of their belongings in Abeokuta.

The Office of the State Commander of the Corps, Commander (Dr) Soji Ganzallo through the Office of the Director of Information and Public Relations of the Corps, Assistant Commander Moruf Yusuf, in a press release, disclosed that the officers of the Corps, who were on routine patrol acted on information gathered that one of the drivers that had been robbing passengers in Abeokuta towns with his gang members was sighted in an area in the Ogun State capital city.

Ganzallo added that the officers were charged to go after the suspects and they swung into action immediately, traced the culprits and discovered that they had just robbed some passengers of their belongings.

The statement further alleged that Kehinde Ogunlate and Yemi Ayoola used the taxi to rob passengers, collected their phones, while the robbed items from passengers like phones were handed over to Kehinde, who sells to Olonade Dele.

Ganzallo noted that the ‘one chance robber’ and the rest of the suspected gang members escaped arrest. However, five suspects,Taoreed Adeosun, Adeosun Funmilay, Ayoola Yemi, Ogunlate Kehinde and Olonade Dele, were apprehended at Itoko, Ita-Morin Adedotun area of Abeokuta while others and the kingpin are at large.

The apprehended suspects confessed that robbing passengers is their profession and after any successful operation they would drive the victims to a safer place where their team would escape easily.

They further disclosed that Funmilayo Adeosun took one of the stolen phones from her husband, called Taoreed, and sold it to an untraceable buyer.

Some of the exhibit recovered from the suspects included one taxi Car,
16 memory cards and phones.
The suspects and the exhibit recovered from them had been transferred to the Nigeria Police Force, Swat, Magbon, Abeokuta for further investigation and likely prosecution.

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