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Police Arrest Two Suspects Who Robbed And Murdered Their Landlord


The Lagos State Police Command has arrested two suspects who murdered their landlord and robbed him of his Vehicle.
According to the spokesperson of the Command DSP Bala Elkana, “We also recovered 50 rounds of live ammunition inside a sack of garri in a Motor park”
The arrest was effected when some Policemen from Iba Police Station, on Stop and search duty at First gate, Agboroko area, Iba flagged down a Toyota Camry which was driven in a reckless and suspicious manner. Two suspects namely Daniel Isaac ‘male’ 38 years old and Emmanuel Chukwu ‘male’ 36 years old were in the car when they were stopped.
Further investigation revealed that the first suspect, Daniel Isaac killed his Landlord Don Able ‘male’ 50 years old from Rivers State and dumped the corpse in a well, inside his compound at Owodun street Area, Ikotun. The suspect was escaping with the robbed vehicle of the deceased along with his accomplice Emmanuel Chukwu, when they were intercepted. 
Their intentions were to go and sell the car. They confessed to the Commission of the Crime. Homicide detectives from State Criminal Investigation Department Yaba are investigating the case and the suspects will be charged to Court. 
In a related development, the Satellite Police Station received an information from a credible source, that a bag containing a suspicious item was smuggle into a motor park for onward transfer to Onitsha, Anambra state by unknown persons. Based on the information, the Divisional Police Officer, CSP Chike Oti deployed his surveillance team to the motor park at Maza Maza to recover the bag. 
Upon searching the bag, 50 rounds of .38mm live ammunition hidden inside a garri dust was recovered. And a female passenger who claimed that the bag was given to her by a Man in Ojo area to deliver to someone at Onisha was arrested and she is helping the Police with useful information. The case is transferred to SARS for further investigation. Investigation is ongoing.

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