Robbers loot Ogun warehouse, kill guard, attack policemen



 A safety officer at a stockroom was slaughtered, while one associated looter was captured after men with the Ogun State Police Command conflicted with a group of equipped burglars. 


The conflict happened on Saturday when the group supposedly connected with police officers in a weapon fight in the Ipamesan space of Sango-Ota in the Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government Area of the state. 


The Police Public Relations Officer in the state, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, uncovered this in an assertion on Sunday. 


Oyeyemi clarified that the Divisional Police Office at the Sango-Ota Divisional Headquarters, CSP Godwin Idehai, got a trouble call that burglars were working in the Ipamesan territory. 


He added that the police were informed that the looters had effectively burgled a distribution center around there. 


As indicated by the PPRO, upon the pain call, the DPO immediately prepared his watch group and moved to the scene. 


The assertion said, "On locating the police officers, the looters, who had grabbed two vehicles from various areas, took to flight yet were fervently pursued by the police officers. 


"On getting to the Joju region and understanding the assurance of the watch group to curb them, they chose to draw in the cops in a firearm fight. 


"Be that as it may, because of the unrivaled capability of the cops, they deserted the two vehicles, a Lexus RS 330 with number plate FKJ 691 FW grabbed from one Dosumu Kazeem, and a Toyota Matrix with number plate MUS 835 FW grabbed from one Ibrahim Lateef, and fled. 


"The group sought after them and one of the burglars, later distinguished as Henry Obe, was captured simultaneously. 


"It was subsequently found that the punks shot a gatekeeper joined to a distribution center claimed by one Yinka Oduwale prior to breaking into the said stockroom and plundering it. 


"The gatekeeper was hurried to medical clinic, where he was articulated dead. 


"Things recuperated from them are one long weapon, 41 workstations, two DVD players, two telephones, three tablet contraptions, one Lexus RS 330 with number plate FKJ 691 FW and Toyota Matrix with number plate MUS 835 FW." 


The PPRO said the Commissioner of Police, Edward Ajogun, had requested the prompt exchange of the suspect to the state Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department for prudent examination. 


Oyeyemi added that the CP likewise guided break analysts to pursue the excess individuals from the pack with the end goal of dealing with them inside the briefest conceivable time. ,,

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