Armed Robbers’ Involved In Ghastly Motor Accident In Ogun State!!
This news was revealed in a statement that was made by the Ogun State Police Spokesperson whose name was reported as Mrs. Abimbola Oyeyemi. She revealed that the three suspects were trying to escape with a Toyota Camry which they collected at gunpoint in Ondo State.
According to reports, it was made known that one of the suspects died while he was receiving treatment at the hospital. It was further disclosed that the three suspects were coming from Ondo State and that they were heading straight to Lagos.
Unfortunately for them, when they got to a point at Ode- Remo in Ogun State, they met their waterloo as their vehicle hit a culvert and then somersaulted because of their dangerous and reckless driving.
It was also reported that the three suspected armed robbers that were in the vehicle sustained different degrees of injuries and wounds. It was also revealed that they were immediately rushed to hospital by some policemen from the Ode Remo divisional headquarters.
The spokesperson also disclosed that while the victims of the crash were at the hospital receiving treatment, that the police then received a call that the vehicle which was involved in the accident was snatched and stolen from its owner.
After receiving such information, it was disclosed that the Divisional Police Officer quickly ordered that the victims should be placed under arrest right there in the hospital.
The owner of the vehicle however was reported to have come all the way from Ondo state. He was said to have explained how he was accosted on the road by five men dressed like policemen, and that he was dragged out of the car at gunpoint and the vehicle was snatched from him.
The suspects name were identified as Sunday Emmanuel, Idris Ibrahim, and Emeka John. It was however disclosed that Emeka John later died in the hospital when he was receiving treatment. It was also revealed that the remaining suspects have been taken to the state criminal investigation and intelligence department for diligent and proper investigation and possible prosecution.