When trouble arises, anyone can offer to help but sometimes, not all of such offers will come from a good heart. Such can be said of a new report claiming that a certain unidentified man pretending to be a “good Samaritan” allegedly stole a Range Rover SUV from a car dealership during the recent filling station fire incident in Lagos.
An unidentified man allegedly stole a 2008 Range Rover (Sport) SUV while pretending to help car dealer during Lagos fire incident
A few weeks ago, everyone was disgusted about the notorious man and woman car snatching syndicate that Police captured in Jos, but this new report of car theft during a Lagos fire incident is even more shocking and detestable.
According to reports, there was a recent fire outbreak at one NNPC filling station in Ogba, Lagos state. This fire incident reportedly extended to the compound of a car dealership that shares the same fence with the filling station. Unfortunately, the car dealer had to call on random people to help him drive out all of his stocked vehicles to safe areas. This was the moment when a certain unidentified man allegedly took off with one 2008 Range Rover Sport SUV and never returned the vehicle till now.
See the video below that captured the unidentified man speeding off inside the SUV;
Moment “Fake” helper allegedly stole an expensive Range Rover SUV during a fire incident in Lagos
Many reputable online sources and social media handles have since been posting details of this allegedly stolen SUV and pleading with Nigerians to help fish out the suspected car thief and to also recover the car from him.
If this car theft allegation turns out to be true, then such a person that committed this abominable act deserves due punishment. Be on the lookout, huh?