- Lagos Police Squad arrested three suspected traffic robbers known for tormenting the Ikeja Axis
- The suspects named Usman Mohammed , Azeez Adeleke and Solomon Oduya , were arrested at Mobolaji Johnson Road on June 19
- The Command made the announcement in a statement issued on Wednesday June 22 signed by his spokesman
Lagos State Police Command has arrested three suspected traffic robbers who are torturing Ikeja. Their names are Usman Mohammed, Azeez Adeleke and Solomon Oduya.
Vanguard reports that state police public relations officer SP Benjamin Hundeyin confirmed the arrest in a statement Wednesday announced. 22 June.
The statement revealed that the suspects were arrested around 8pm on 19 June at Mobolaji Johnson Road, Ikeja.
“The suspects were arrested by Alausa Division of the Command officers after police received a 911 call about an ongoing robbery attack on Ikeja.
“They were arrested while fleeing their prey after robbing their victims have.
“Items found by the suspects include a Tecno mobile phone, a dagger and N5.400,” he said.
Police promise arrested Road users to charge robbers at the end of their investigation
The police department said preliminary investigations revealed the suspects had previously operated in the area and stolen from unsuspecting passers-by on a number of occasions.
Hundeyin said that the Suspects will be brought to justice once the command completes its investigation.
He assured local residents that the police will continue to do everything possible to ensure the safety of life and property in the state
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Reports from local residents suggest that there were six gunmen in number and were shooting in the air to frighten many before conducting the operation.
Meanwhile, the FCT Police Command needs to respond to the incident yet to respond and provide an update on the sad development.
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To help locate those wanted, the International Security Organization has issued a Red Notice to law enforcement agencies in Nigeria.
This is coming weeks , after the EFCC said they now have access to Interpol’s database of criminals in Nigeria.