Fresh reports claim that men of the Rivers State police recently arrested one of the cars snatching gang that mainly robs Uber/Bolt drivers across the state. The notorious gang member was reportedly apprehended by police officers attached to the “Octopus Strike” force. As of the time of arresting the gang member, reports claim that the Rivers state police recovered a Toyota sedan that was left behind by other fleeing members of the gang.
This is the face of the gang member recently arrested by men of the Rivers State police for car snatching
SP Nnamdi Omoni, the spokesperson of Rivers State police command confirmed the details of this report as he reveals that the arrested suspect is 21 years old. He revealed that the suspected car snatcher was apprehended while the police were trying to solve a recent car snatching case. The vehicle theft case was allegedly reported by a certain Yusuf Ogunshola who is said to be a Bolt driver that had been initially robbed by the notorious car snatching gang.
According to the police report, Yusuf Ogunshola said the gang dispossessed him of 87,000 cash, personal belongings and his Toyota car at Abel Jumbo street around the Mile 2 Diobu area of Port Harcourt. While investigating the report submitted by Yusuf Ogunshola, the Rivers state policemen got intel about the hideout of the notorious gang. As a matter of fact, the police claim that the gang had even “perfected” a plan to sell off the stolen Toyota sedan before they got busted. Luckily, police operatives were able to recover the stolen car back while raiding the gang’s hideout and also one of the members pictured above was arrested and he is under investigation for now.
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