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Armed bandits kill 80-year- old woman, others in Kaduna community

The Ogun State Police Command has arrested three suspected armed robbers.

The Police mentioned the suspects had come from Lagos State to hold out a theft operation in Ogun.

The three males had been recognized as Samuel Sunday, 20, a resident of Fagba, Lagos; Adeleke Mustapha, 22, a resident of Ajala space of Lagos and 19-year-old Joel Rotimi, a resident of Taju Bello avenue Agbado, Ogun State.

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They had been reportedly arrested following a misery name acquired by the police in Ajuwon from residents of Iju Isaga space at about 1:45am of the mentioned day.

The residents had knowledgeable the police that armed hoodlums, numbering about six had invaded the world, dispossessing residents of their valuables.

The Ogun State Police Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, advised DAILY POST that the DPO Ajuwon, SP Andrew Akinseye, “led his males to the world the place, among the hoodlums, who took to their heels on sighting policemen had been chased and apprehended.”

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A cut-to-size domestically made pistol, 4 Bajaj bikes, weeds suspected to be India hemp, two voter playing cards and two Nationwide Id playing cards had been among the many objects recovered from the suspects.

In the meantime, the Ogun State Commissioner of Police, CP Edward Awolowo Ajogun, has ordered the switch of the suspects to state CIID for discreet investigation.

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Ajogun additionally appealed to the general public to at all times make use of the command’s management room numbers, 08081770416 and 08081770419, at any time when in misery.

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