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Angry Mobs Roast Three Bank Robbery Suspects Alive In Oyo

Three members of a robbery gang met their waterloo when they robbed an old generation bank in Okeho in Oke Ogun area of Oyo State on Wednesday, July 29, 2020.

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Angry mob descended on the suspects and set them ablaze.

A statement from the spokesperson of the police command, Gbenga Fadeyi, says the robbers who rode in an 18-seater bus, arrived at the bank premises at about 3pm and gained entrance into the bank using dynamites and AK-47 riffles shots to blow the bank security door.

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Fadeyi said a collaborative effort from the Police Tactical teams, Vigilante and hunters yielded results as the robbers failed to cart away money.

The spokesperson said while the robbers fled the scene of the attack, the 18-seater bus they rode in, somersaulted. He said three of the robbery suspects who were arrested when the bus somersaulted, were set on fire by the mob.

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The police spokesperson added that the state Commissioner of Police has directed all the Police Tactical teams including the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), Mobile Police Force (PMF 72) and Police personnel from Okeho Area Command and nearby Divisions to be on the trail of other members of the fleeing robbery gang who escaped in different directions.

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