Sacked CSO hires robbers to raid Ogun firm


Sacked CSO hires robbers to raid Ogun firm
Three months after being fired, a former chief security officer of a business in Sango-Ota, in the Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government Area of Ogun State, allegedly hired some thieves to attack his former business.

After the thieves he allegedly recruited were detained, the former CSO, whose identity was withheld and who was purportedly dismissed of his duties roughly three months ago, fled.

Five suspected robbers were detained by Ogun State Police Command men on Monday after they allegedly looted the business.

According to Abimbola Oyeyemi, the state's police public relations officer, the suspects Umar Haruna, Abbah Yahaya, Muritala Umar, Wale Fadeyi, and Segun Olofinmade were apprehended after receiving a tip.

According to Oyeyemi, the criminals were apprehended when police officers at the Sango divisional headquarters at around 2:30 in the morning got a distress call.

The PPRO reports that approximately 10 armed thieves brandishing cutlasses forced their way inside the Balita Company and stole motor engines the business is selling.

"The DPO Sango division's SP Saleh Dahiru mobilized his men and entered the area in response to the distress call.

The thieves who arrived in a Mitsubishi Canter bus with the license plate LSR 414 YF rushed off when they saw the police officers, but they were pursued and five of them were caught while the others managed to escape.

The heist event was planned by the company's former chief security officer, who was dismissed of his duties roughly three months ago, according to preliminary research.

"The aforementioned ex-chief security officer is currently evading capture.

A Mitsubishi Canter bus filled with ten motor engines and cutlasses was found among them.

However, Oyeyemi said that Lanre Bankole, the commissioner of police, had ordered that the case be handed over to state criminal investigation departments for a covert probe.

According to the PPRO, the CP has also directed a large manhunt for the eluding former Chief Security Officer in an effort to apprehend him.


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