Three motorcycle robbers in Police net - NEWS FRONTIER DAILY


Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Three motorcycle robbers in Police net

By Adedayo Olanrewaju

Men of Ogun State Police Command, have  arrested three members of a robbery syndicate, who specialized in snatching motorcycle from the owners. 

The suspects, according to a statement signed by the Command spokesperson, Abimbola Oyeyemi include; Daniel Akapo, 27 years, Idowu Ajao Sunday, 20 years and Dare Olusegun 24 years.

Oyeyemi said, the suspects were arrested following a distress call received by policemen attached to Ago Iwoye divisional headquarters, that a motorcyclist, one Shefiu Moshood was being attacked by two men who pretended as passengers and asked him to take them to Oke Erigba village with his motorcycle. 

He said, "the two suspects suddenly stopped him along the road, and told him that they were not going again". 

"They pretended as if they wanted to give him money only to bring out powdered grinded pepper and robbed it on the eyes of the rider, with the view to snatch the motorcycle from him".

"While he was struggling with them, a battle axe fell down from the suspects' bag, which the victim picked to attack them back". 

"While the struggling was going on,  the DPO Ago Iwoye division, SP Noah Adekanye, arrived at the scene with his men and some OPC men". 

"On sighting the policemen, the hoodlums took to their heels but they were hotly chased and the duo of Daniel Akapo and Idowu Ajao Sunday were apprehended". 

"On interrogation, they confessed to the commission of the crime, and they informed the police that, it was one Dare Olusegun who asked them to go and snatch motorcycle with the promise that he will help them to sell it somewhere in Ibadan". 

"Their confession led to the arrest of the said Dare Olusegun, who also corroborated the statement of the two arrested suspects". 

Meanwhile, the State Commissioner of Police, Lanre Bankole, has directed that the suspects be transferred to State Criminal Investigation Departments for discreet investigation. 

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