A car burglar has recently been caught by mobs and handed over to the police.
In a video shared by @Instablog9ja, the burglar was seen demonstrating how he successfully unlock random vehicles with the help of an object that looked like a small knife.
When asked if he knew the owner of the vehicle, he claim that he has no idea who the owner was. He also revealed that the last car he burgled, he was able to steal about N12,000 he saw in the vehicle.
See screenshot as he successfully unlocked the vehicle to the awe of the crowd that had gathered.
When asked, he claimed that he regrets his action and wishes to advise others who indulge in such as to also deceit from it.
This should serve as a lesson to some of us car owners who have a habit of always keeping our money and valuables in the car, to try as much as possible to stop, so we don't fall victim to car burglars.
Whenever we park our cars at random locations, make sure you take along with you what ever you can't afford to loose, so you don't get hurt when you fall a victim, because these car burglars are everywhere.
What are your thoughts?
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