Ogun Police Nabs Armed Robber Operating With NSCDC Uniform - THE ENCOUNTER NEWS


Monday, February 8, 2021

Ogun Police Nabs Armed Robber Operating With NSCDC Uniform

The suspect 

ABEOKUTA - An armed robbery suspect, Adeolu Bankole of Idagba quarter Ayetoro has been arrested by the operatives of Ogun State police command.

The suspect, who had been using Civil Defense Corp uniform to carry out his robbery operation was apprehended last Friday following a complaint by some students of Olabisi Onabanjo university, Ayetoro campus who reported at Ayetoro area Command that they were robbed of their belonging at gunpoint by an armed robber, who broke into their apartment, dressed in Civil Defense uniform and dispossessed them of their phones and laptop.

According to a press release signed by the Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, the area Commander Ayetoro, ACP Anthony Haruna, detailed his detectives to go after the hoodlum. 

Oyeyemi explained further that, after hours of painstaking investigation, the detectives received information about the hideout of the suspect. 

He added that, on getting there, a bag containing six phones, one laptop, a pair of civil defense uniform and a locally made pistol was found.

He added that, upon the discovery, the detectives mounted surveillance in the area and at about 5pm, the suspect sneaked into the uncompleted building which is the hideout and moved straight to where the bag was kept. 

The PPRO said he was quickly rounded up and brought to the station. Two other stolen phones and a wrist watch was also found on him.

The complainants were sent for, and they all identified him as the person who robbed them. 

Investigation further revealed that the suspect stole the pair of Civil defense uniform from a parked Toyota camry belonging to an officer of the corp on December 2020 and thereafter set the car ablaze. The officer has also identified the uniform as his own.

The Commissioner of police, CP Edward Ajogun has ordered the immediate transfer of the suspect to the State Criminal investigation and intelligence department for discreet investigation and diligent prosecution.

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