The arrested suspects robbers who attacked Vanguard publisher’s home Says

Suspects

Suspects

The arrested suspects identified as Atim
Abubakar, Mohammed Musa and Razaq Hassan
told police detectives that two security men
attached to the publisher’s home were part of
the plan to rob the building as they gave them
prior information that foreign currencies were
in the home of Mr Amuka.
One of the suspect, Atim Abubakar said
“During our interaction, Mohammed,
one of the security officers, told me
that it was one Gambo who has the
contact of the house we are going to
rob. Mohammed said Gambo had
assured him that they are not going to
encounter any problem during the
operation, since the security men
attached to the house were in the know
of the attack. On the day of the
operation, we stormed the house
around 3.00 a.m. On arrival, we met the
gate to the house open. The security
men were already expecting us. We had
no difficulty accessing the place. The two
security men on duty advised us to tie
them down. They also said we should
not tie them too hard. Based on their
instruction, we tied them and left them
inside the gate house. We entered the
main house through the ceiling. We met
only the owner of the house at home
sleeping in one of the rooms upstairs. I
stayed downstairs while Hassan and
Musa went upstairs. As I ransacked the
cabinet in the siting room, I saw two
pieces of foreign currency on the floor.
At the end of the operation, I got
N100,000 as my own share of the stolen
money and a wristwatch”.
Lagos state Police Commissioner, Fatai
Owoseni, while parading the suspects, said the
police in the state were on the trail of the
fourth member of the gang who is currently at
large
“Based on the account Chief Sam Amuka
gave us, three persons out of the four
suspects that robbed the Vanguard
Publisher have been arrested. From
their confessional statement, it is
certain that the three suspects actually
participated in the robbery. A Mitsubishi
salon car used by the robbers, one
sledge hammer and one iron cutter
were recovered from the suspects. The
three arrested suspects are Chadians
who are members of a notorious cross-
border armed bandit. Investigation is
presently ongoing. At the end of the
investigation, we believe that we will
get to the root of the matter, since it
was not the first attack on Chief Sam
Amuka,”he said.

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