Ogun state Police Command just arrested these three teenagers on Lagos-Ibadan Expressway. Read deta
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Just recently, the Ogun state police command arrested the three Fulani teenagers in the picture above for highway robbery on the Alapako Area of the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway.
It was reported that a commercial Mazda bus plying on the road was forcefully stopped on the highway by the three Fulani teenagers, and the passengers of the commercial bus were robbed of their possessions.
The three suspects Uzefa Idris, 19yrs, Adamu Yakubu, 18yrs, and Ayuba Buhari, 17yrs were arrested by the men of Ogun state command at Owode Egba Division, after the divisional police officer received a distress call about the incident.
These three criminals were apprehended in the bush they ran to, after sighting the men of the police force. After the chase, the policemen were able to recover N545,000 and one Itel phone belonging to a passenger, Oluwakemi Oyegade by name.
The state commissioner of police, Kenneth Ebrimson had then ordered the immediate transfer of the suspects to Special Anti-Robbery Squad for discreet investigation and prosecution.
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