There was tension in Delta state as angry mob reportedly beat up a suspected armed robber to death after the victim attempted to snatch an SUV car from one Atarhe.
The incident happened at Aroh road in Ughelli Community, Ughelli North Local Government Area of Delta State.
One of the car snatching syndicate took to his heels when he sensed danger,
The angry mob after beating the thief to death, they place a cut-to-size double barreled gun he used in the course of the operation on his chest. according to Daily Post, the incident happened on Thursday 16th July.
News report had it that the two man car snatching syndicate were given a hot chase by residents of the community, one of them was captured, injured and beaten to pop before police operatives could arrive at the scene of the incident.
The victim was immediately taken to hospital by the police but he eventually died on the way.
The Commissioner of Police in Delta state, CP Mohammed Hafiz Inuwa, while confirming the incident to news correspondents in Warri said : “Two suspected armed robbers went to rob. On the way, one was captured by angry mob.
“Policemen arrived and saw him severely beaten and injured. So, the policemen took him to hospital. On the way, the armed robbery suspect died. We are on the trail of the second suspect. It is true that he was caught with a cut to size double barreled gun. It is a good riddance to bad rubbish. he said.
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