Shocking! Robbery Suspects Arrested for Strangling Motorist

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Shocking! Robbery Suspects Arrested for Strangling Motorist
Shocking! Robbery Suspects Arrested for Strangling Motorist
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Two robbery suspects identified as Tunde Olaiya, 24 years old and Tokunbo Omotola, 26 years old respectively has been arrested for strangling motorist held in traffic and stole his iPhone X.

The victim was held in traffic in Lagos State and the suspects arrested by the operatives of RRS on patrol in Oshodi-Oke and iPhone X recovered from Olaiya.

Olaiya, an ex – convict, had around 8:00 p.m. in Ojodu – Berger, Ikeja, in company of one Bolaji Nigga strangulated a motorist held in traffic light and stole his iphone X.

The duo while returning to Oshodi to hand – over the phone to their buyer were intercepted by Rapid Response Squad (RRS) bikers, who suspected them to be traffic robbers.

On search, one pass-worded iphone X was recovered from his pocket. While his colleague escaped from the scene, Olaiya couldn’t explain where he got the phone.

This prompted the officers to transfer him to RRS Headquarters, where he confessed to have collected the phone from a motorist in traffic.

Shocking! Robbery Suspects Arrested for Strangling Motorist
Shocking! Robbery Suspects Arrested for Strangling Motorist

Other items recovered from the suspect include powdery substance used in traffic robbery to break glasses of vehicles.

The victim described his experience in the hands of the criminal as traumatic. Tokunbo Omotola, who is equally an ex – convict was also arrested in Oshodi for traffic robbery.

He confessed in his statement to the police that apart from robbery at night, he pickpockets during the day adding that his robbery points were 7Up, Ojodu Berger; Kara Bridge, Oshodi, Mile 12 and Ojota Bridge.

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Both suspects confessed that once the phones are collected, they sell the SIM cards to fraudsters at N2000 each and sell the phones separately.

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