Ogun: Two arrested for allegedly stealing pastor’s car

Two suspected armed robbers have confessed to the police that they broke into the home of 1 Pastor Godwin Ojerinde of God’s Will Praying Floor Siun in Obafemi Owode Native Authorities Space of Ogun State and took away his automotive.

The suspects, Oshilaru Bidoun (male) and Tolulope Oluwafemi (feminine), advised the police the automotive was offered in Ogere space of Ogun State to somebody who took it to the northern a part of the nation.

Police stated the 2 and three different members of their gang had invaded the pastor’s home at about 3:15 am of February 9, “armed with weapons and different harmful weapons.”

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“The hoodlums held the pastor and his household hostage, ransacked the home and dispossessed them of 1 Pathfinder SUV with registration quantity, WDE-38-MM, one Samsung A20 handset and one Infinix Sizzling word handset,” the Ogun State Police spokesperson stated in an announcement on Tuesday.

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Oyeyemi defined that the DPO Owode-Egba division, CSP Mathew Ediae, after receiving the data, launched into an intensive technical and intelligence-based investigation alongside his crack detectives to unravel these behind the heinous crime.

After weeks of painstaking investigation, the duo of Oshilaru Biodun and Tolulope Oluwafemi had been apprehended based mostly on a tipoff, it was learnt.

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“On interrogation, they each confessed to being components of the theft syndicate. They confessed additional that the Pathfinder SUV has been offered to somebody in Ogere Ogun State and that the car was on its option to the Northern a part of the nation.

“The detectives shortly began tracing the car, and it was finally recovered in Mokwa Niger State,” Oyeyemi defined.

In the meantime, the Commissioner of Police, Edward Ajogun, has ordered the switch of the suspects to the State CIID.

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