So-Safe recovers stolen Motorcycle, Arrests Two in Ogun
The Ogun State-owned Security Outfit, Ogun State Community, Social Orientation and Safety Corps (So-Safe Corps) has recovered a stolen Bajaj Motorcycle and equally arrested the suspects at Ita-Egbe in Ipokia Local Government Area.
So-Safe in a press release issued from the office of the State Commander of Corps, Commander(Dr) Soji Ganzallo thtough the Diretor of information and Public Relation, said that on 4th January, 2023 at about 06:45hrs while the Idiroko Divisional Officers were on routine patrol led by the Divisional Officer CSC Abdulkareem Abdulrazaq apprehended one, Mr Adeyanju Daniel, 32 years old and a resident of Baba Uwuku House, Oko Cashew, Ihunbo in Ipokia Local Government and Mr Emmadu Mathew 26years old who resides at Izini, Iponle, Isakete, Republic of Benin, while they were battling with a motorbike, suspected to have been stolen.
Ganzallo noted that the two suspects were questioned and asked to provide particulars of the motorbike, but instead they resulted to trying to escape and that was a sign that the motorbike didn’t belongs to them.
Ganzallo said that at the spot they were cross examined and the team got to know that the motorbike was stolen at Ita-Egbe.
The Red Bajaj motorbike marked TRE 742 UX with engine number DUZWKB32152 and CHASIS number MD2A18AY4KWB59568 was later discovered to belong to Mr Wasiu AKANNI who came for New Year Festival in his home, Ita-Egbe on 31st. December, 2022, parked the motorbike beside the family house but got missing where it was parked.
The two suspects having confessed to committing the crime together with the exhibit had been transfered to the Nigeria Police, Idiroko Divisional Headquarters for further investigation and likely prosecution.