The Osun State Commissioner of police, Olawale Olokode, has assured that safety measures have been put in place to forestall future incidence of theft incidents within the State.
DAILY POST reviews that there was stress in Okuku, Odo-Otin Native Authorities of Osun State as some hooded armed robbers, stormed two banks.
It was gathered that the robbers couldn’t have entry to the financial institution as a result of safety door on the entrance.
In a video earlier printed by this medium, the robbers had been seen hooded and capturing indiscriminately.
The lads of the underworld intercepted a employees of the financial institution whereas attempting to lock the rear exit door of the financial institution, having closed for every day transactions and compelled the employees of the financial institution to open an ATM and carted away about N600,000.
It was learnt that the gunmen shot two individuals whereas attempting to flee after the operation.
The police boss in a sign signed by the command spokesperson, SP Yemisi Opalola, ordered safety operatives to mount an intensive manhunt to arrest the armed robbers that attacked the business financial institution in Okuku on Thursday.
He appealed to the nice residents of the State, particularly these residing in Okuku and its environs to collaborate with the police by giving well timed data that can help in arresting the prison parts.
Whereas reassuring the members of the general public of their security, the CP stated, “safety measures have been put in place to forestall future incidence.”