Man arrested for luring ladies to hotel rooms to molest them, rob them and transfer their money.
By Adegorioye | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 3593 views
A 33-year-old suspect identified as Mr Dominic Okwekwe was arrested by Officers of the Nigerian Police force in Delta state for allegedly luring ladies into hotel rooms to forcefully have intercourse with them and rob them of their belongings.
The suspect, who resided in Orji area of Enugu state was described as an alleged specialist in deceiving females into hotel rooms, forcefully having his way with them and violently robbing them of their properties
The arrest and allegations were confirmed by the Delta State Commissioner of Police (CP) Mohammed Hafiz Inuwa.
Describing the suspect's modus operandi, the Delta State Commissioner of Police, Mohammed Hafiz Inuwa said, “He will hold them hostage like kidnapping and then, he will open ladies phones and force them to transfer money into his own account. We have arrested him.”
Investigations are however still ongoing to bring mire of his victims and criminal activities into light.
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