One Suspected Robber Dies, Two Injure In Auto-Crash While Escaping With Snatched Vehicle

LAGOS JUNE 23RD (NEWSRANGERS)-An armed robbery suspect has died while two others are battling with death at a hospital in Ogun State. The suspects were involved in a fatal accident on Sunday while escaping with a snatched vehicle.

Ogun State Police Spokesman DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi explained that they were arrested by men of Ogun state police command when they were involved in a ghastly motor accident while escaping with a Toyota Camry car which they snatched at gunpoint somewhere in Ondo state.

According to the PPRO: “The suspects were coming from Ondo state, heading towards Lagos, but on getting to a point at Ode Remo, due to dangerous driving, the vehicle hit a culvert and somersaulted.

The three occupants sustained varying degrees of injuries and they were rushed to the hospital by the policemen from Ode Remo Divisional Headquarters.

‘While in the hospital, the DPO Ode Remo division, CSP Fasogbon Olayemi, received information, that the vehicle in question was snatched at gunpoint by the accident

“The owner of the vehicle who came all the way from Ondo state explained that he was accosted on the road by a gang of five men dressed like policemen who dragged him out of the car at gunpoint and the vehicle was taken away.

“One of the suspects, Emeka John, later died while receiving treatment. The remaining two: Sunday Emmanuel and Idris Ibrahim, were ordered to be transferred to the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department by the commissioner of police, CP Edward Awolowo Ajogun, for onward transfer to Ondo state police command where they will be prosecuted”.

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