The Two Presumed Outfitted Burglars Captured In Ikorodu
By Dela38 | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 0 views
Break came the method of numerous inhabitants of Lagos State at Ikorodu on Wednesday, after two speculated equipped burglars threatening the territory were captured by Lagos Police authorities.
The pair who have been identified as Gbolahan Adebowale, a 18 year old male and Quadri Giwa Ajina, who is a 21 year old male, they were captured at around 13:30 pm in the afternoon at Sabo region, during an activity did by the Police Service joined Sagamu Street Division.
The authorities anyway rescued the criminals from being killed by a crowd similarly as a barrette gun was recuperated from the two criminals.
CP Hakeem Odumosu who is the Official for authorities has requested that they ought to be transferred to the state Criminal Examination Division CID, for legitimate examination.
The episode happened earlier at around 11:00 am in the morning.
It was assembled that a presumed land grabber in the zone who have quite recently recaptured independence from the law implementation agents was behind the fracas as he was said to have set out on a retribution mission.
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