So-Safe Corps arrests Beninoise for presumably stealing vehicle in Ogun

Ogun State Government-owned security outfit, the Community, Social Orientation and Safety (So-Safe) Corps has actually detained a 40-year-old bricklayer, Saheed Erinfolami, for allegedly taking a lorry in Ilaro location of the

state. Erinfolami, said to be a native of Ipobe, Republic of Benin, was utilized as a motorist by a bread baking business called Igbeyinadun

, in Ondo State. The man was stated to have absconded with a Volkwagen bus registered as ‘REE 907 XA’ and Chasis number ‘WV2ZZZ70ZVH079738’.

According to a declaration by the corps representative, Moruf Yusuf, it was discovered that guys of the security company, having been contacted over the taken car, quickly started special tasks in border areas to guarantee the vehicle was not exported to the neighbouring Benin Republic.

“The State Operation Team and Ilaro Area Command of the Corps swung into action and had the ability to collect intelligence that the cars and truck is still within Ilaro axis. The suspect was smoked out of hiding and he was apprehended at about 7:4500 hrs,” Yusuf stated.

The suspect was stated to have actually confessed to the crime, stating that the stolen lorry came from his company, one Mr Tajudeen, widely called Igbeyinadun.

“He further confessed that after the bread was supplied, he decided to go away with the automobile and took it to a sibling called Elewedu in Ilaro to get buyer for the stolen vehicle.

“The suspect and the recuperated vehicle have actually been moved to the Nigeria Police in Ilaro department for more investigation and most likely prosecution,” he included.

Latest articles


Related articles