Lately, men of the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) have been nabbing cultists, armed robbers, kidnappers, to mention but few. Today, the story wasn't different because two young men were arrested.
Few hours ago, Linda Ikeji Blog reported that two young men, Kehinde and his colleague, Ayomide, were arrested in Lagos State. After their arrest, the police caught them with a "gun" which is different from the conventional type of gun thieves use. Refer to the pictures below to see the kind of gun these suspected thieves were caught with by men of the Nigeria Police Force (NPF).
In the picture above, the two suspects are seen standing with their tool of robbery; a dummy berreta pistol (gun). This kind of gun is way different from the normal guns used by armed robbers. It appears that this gun, which looks like a real one, is likely used to scare the victims of the suspects when being attacked. For a more clearer view of the kind of gun used by these thieves, scroll below:
An evidence showing that this report was sourced from Linda Ikeji's blog is that which you are seeing below:Some Nigerians, after coming across the report on Linda Ikeji's twitter page, shared their comments. Some of their reactions are however provided in screenshots below:At the moment of filing a this report, the suspected thieves are still in the custody of the Sagamu Road Police Division of Ikorodu, Lagos State.
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