Police arrest two for stealing rams in Ogun

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Sodiq Ojuroungbe

The Ogun state police command on Wednesday said it has arrested two middle aged men identified as Shina Kolawole and Taoreed Oladimeji for allegedly stealing two rams at Ogijo in Sagamu Local Government area of the state.

In a statement by the Police Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi said the suspects were arrested on October 6th, 2019 at Popular Mayor bus stop in Ogijo area of the state.

Oyeyemi added that they were arrested when they fail to give convincing statement on how they get the rams.

He said, “The two suspects were arrested arrest at the popular Mayor bus stop when the DPO Ogijo division CSP Suleman Baba Muhammed was on routine patrol of the area with his men and accosted the duo in a bus with registration number LSD 381 XN loaded with two big rams.

“On interrogation, the two suspects were unable to give satisfactory account of how they come about the rams hence they were arrested and taken to the station. On further questioning, they confessed that the rams were actually stolen.

“While the investigation was going on, the owner of the rams who had been contacted appeared in the station with clear evidence of ownership of the two rams.

“Meanwhile, the commissioner of Police, Bashir makama has ordered a full investigation into the activities of the suspects with the view to charge them to court as soon as investigation is concluded.”


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