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Police nab four men for stealing three tricycles at Lagos firm

Mr Hundeyin said that the company’s secretary reported that on Tuesday at about 7.00 a.m.

• April 20, 2024
Lagos CP, Fayoade Adegoke
Lagos CP, Fayoade Adegoke[Credit: Punch Newspapers]

The police command in Lagos State said it arrested four men for allegedly stealing three tricycles from an Ojota, Lagos-based mobility company.

The state Police Public Relations Officer, SP Benjamin Hundeyin, confirmed the arrest in Lagos on Saturday.

The spokesperson said that the secretary of the mobility company reported the theft on Tuesday to the Ogudu Police Division at about 10.00 a.m.

Mr Hundeyin said that the company’s secretary reported that on Tuesday at about 7.00 a.m., he received a tip-off that three of the company’s tricycles were stolen by unknown persons.

According to him, acting on the report, a team of detectives from the division swung into action and tracked the tricycles to different locations, leading to the arrest of four suspects (names withheld).

“First suspect was arrested at Ondo Town in Ondo State with the first tricycle and the second suspect was arrested at Mile 12 in Lagos State with the second tricycle. The third and fourth suspects were arrested at Idiroko, a boundary town between Lagos State and Ogun with the third tricycle. The suspects will be arraigned after completion of investigation,” he said.


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