New Year Eve: Police Nab Traffic Robbers in Lagos
… AS CP Hakeem Odumosu Felicitates with Lagosians
The Lagos State Police Command has again exhibited its zero tolerance for crimes and criminality, particularly, traffic robbery within Lagos State as its operarives attached to Ketu Division arrested (9) suspected traffic robbers on Thursday, 31st December, 2020, at about 8pm along Y-Junction, by Old Tollgate, Ketu, Lagos State.
The suspects had attacked one Mr Adejare Adetayo and wife in the traffic at the area when police detectives on undercover operation along the area went after the hoodlums and arrested nine (9) with their operational weapons.
The suspected traffic robbers are (1) OLUSEYI AFOLABI ‘M’ 19YRS, (2) ADEYEMO AYOMIDE ‘M’ 18YRS (3) FRANCIS LATIFA 19YRS, (4)RILWAN RAJI 23YRS, (5) AYOMIDE OYEDIRAN 20YRS, (6) RASHEED IBRAHIM 22YRS, (7) HAMZAT ABDULLAHI 19YRS, (8) MUSA GBADAMOSI 20YRS AND (9) SEUN LASISI 32YRS. Two (2) long knives and other dangerous weapons were recovered from them.
The Commissioner of Police, Lagos State, CP Hakeem Odumosu, while commending the police operarives for the successful operation and arrest of the hoodlums, reassured Lagosians of adequate security and public safety within the length and breadth of the state. He however directed that the suspects be transferred to State CID, Panti, Yaba, for proper investigation.
In the same vein, in the spirit of the season, the Commissioner of Police, Lagos State, CP Hakeem Olusegun Odumosu felicitates with Lagosians, officers and men of the command, stakeholders in the security sector and sister security agencies on the new year celebration. He also admonishes Lagosians to embrace peace and obey all laws of the land as the police and other security agencies in the state are ever ready to discharge their duties effectively.
CSP OLUMUYIWA ADEJOBI(mnipr)
POLICE PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER
LAGOS STATE COMMAND
DATED 1ST JANUARY, 2021.
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