BY : MATTHEW OMONIGHO & OMAJEMITE DON
The Officers and men of the Nigeria Police Force, Ebrumede divisional headquarters in Uvwie Local Government Area of Delta State, arrested 40-year-old Shola Ajose, a staff of the O’tres fast-food over alleged armed robbery in Warri.
According to Fred Dolor who was robbed in Uvwie said, the suspected armed robbers, attacked him in a commercial tricycle and robbed him of N96,000 and his Infinite Hot 6 mobile phone valued at N48,000 barely a week ago.
Following a complaint by the victim, the Ebrumede divisional police officer, CSP Anieteh Eyoh and his men swung into action, tracked the phone with modern scientific technologies and arrested the suspect.
The suspect, who is now in the police cell, denied being involved in any armed robbery operation.
He suspect, Shola Ajose, said “he bought the phone from a friend at the rate of N7,000 out of sympathy”.
“I didn’t know the phone was stolen. When I bought the phone, I didn’t see any pictures inside. Maybe, it was flashed”.
He also recalled that his wife advised him not to purchase a second-hand phone before he ever bought it.
Shola Ajose promised to take the police to the residence of his friend who sold the phone to him, saying: “The guy dey sell ticket for Keke for Estate. I go carry una go.”
The Delta Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Onome Onovwakpoyeya confirm to our media team.
Narrating the story, Mr. Fred Dolor, who will be conferred with a chieftaincy title this Saturday at the Okere-Urhobo palace in Warri, narrated how he was robbed by the suspected armed robbers.
Speaking further, Mr. Dolor commended the police for their gallantry in ensuring that his phone was returned to him.
“It is now I know that the police is really working. If anyone had told me that the police could track and bring back my phone and even arrest a suspect, I wouldn’t have believe it. I thank the DPO,” he said.
Meanwhile while EJESGIST MEDIA also gathered that the Ebrumede divisional police officer, led by CSP Anieteh Eyoh has recovered over 10 mobile phones, using their tracker experts.
CSP Anieteh Eyoh said it can take less than a week to track and recovery any stole phone, he also warned Nigerian youths to be useful to themselves.
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