A Female Robber Suspect Arrested At Gov’s Office

The Ogun State Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps on Friday arrested a suspected female robber, who attempted to steal the sum of N98,000 from a car parked at the Governor’s Office in Oke –Mosan, Abeokuta, the state capital.

The suspect identified as Abigael Ikechukwu was said to have forced open the door of a Mazda 626 car with registration number Lagos CV 243 MUS, belonging to one Alhaji Imran Oke, using a master key.

The suspect was said to have stolen the money from the car parked close to the Civil Defence and the State Universal Basic Education offices at about 12noon.

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Confirming the arrest, the NSCDC Public Relations Officer, Kareem Olanrewaju, said the suspect trailed the owner of the car from a Zenith Bank branch in Oke Ilewo, where he had gone to withdraw money.

Olanrewaju said that through investigation, the NSCDC found that 32-year-old Abigael came to operate in Abeokuta from Egan-Igando in Lagos State.

He said the suspect was arrested by a civil defence officer who earlier thought that Ikechukwu was the owner of the car because of the ease with which she opened the doors.

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