Two females suspects has been arrested. Their offense is that they allegedly robbed and collected five thousand naira from a girl. And according to reports the suspects were caught by the vigilante after allegedly stealing five thousand naira from their victim at the Tombia market, in Yenogoa local government area of Bayelsa State. And also according to the victim Boma Sunday she added that she was standing by the roadside near the Tombia market, when the two female suspects approached her, robbed her and collected her money. And that after they collected her five thousand naira, that she raised an alarm, leading to the vigilante who pursue and catch the two suspects, as they tried to escape. And also according to the chairman of the State vigilante service, Doubiye Alagba who confirmed the incident. And also added that the two suspects has been handed over to operation Dou Akpo, a special unit of the Bayelsa state command for further investigations into the incident.
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