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Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Nigerian UN Ex Worker Arrested For Allegedly Robbing Four Banks In New York

 A Nigerian journalist and former United Nations employee was busted for robbing four Manhattan banks — all during his lunch 
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Abdullahi Shuaibu, 53, was picked up by cops Monday and hit with two counts of robbery and two counts of attempted robbery for the crimes committed during his two-month spree.

All four banks are within walking distance of his office at the Foreign Press Center inside the US Mission to the United Nations, which is across the street from the UN building.

The Nigeria native works as a journalist for an African news agency, police said.

Authorities were led to the thief after a retired police officer who works as a guard at the US Permanent Mission to the UN recognized Shuaibu from a surveillance image previously released by the NYPD.

“It wasn’t hard [to recognize him],” the guard told The Post. “He comes in and out of here every day.”

In the first incident, Shuaibu walked into a Santander Bank on Madison Ave. near E. 43rd St. on Feb. 27 and told the teller he had a gun. The bank employee complied and handed Shuaibu an unknown sum of money.

He hit two more banks during the month of March, first striking out at a Bank of America on Third Ave. near E. 47th St. on the 13th. He was successful in robbing a Santander Bank on Third Ave. and E. 63rd St. on the 27th.

During the most recent incident on Monday, Shuaibu walked into an HSBC on Third Ave. and E. 40th St. around 2:30 p.m. and passed a note demanding cash to the teller. The teller did not read the note and asked Shuaibu for identification.

He then instructed the employee to read the note, keeping his hand in his jacket pocket while simulating a gun, police said.

Police arrested him later in the day when he returned to the UN.

One of Shuaibu’s colleagues at the Foreign Press Center said they are “all in shock right now.”

A UN spokesman said Shuaibu worked briefly for the United Nations for a couple of months in the fall of 2013, but hasn’t had access to the facility since leaving in November of that year.

“[He] is not an employee of the United Nations nor is he an accredited journalist to the United Nations,” UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric said.

from New York post.


*WHAT!!!!...The manner of theft described here is not normal at all..ah ah

32 comments:

  1. You must be kidding #mouthopen#

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  2. This is someone's sugar daddy o... chai, it's a pity.

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  3. This one is using old age to go to prison. Nawa see him all suited up like a responsible sombody.

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  4. For a man this old with such level of crime in his DNA? He has been a hardened criminal all his years

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  5. Omg,omg,omg I just saw a video of a young girl that was hit hard with a stick on her head and thereafter blows to her mouth and face. I am having panic attack. The person that sent it to me has killed me this night. I shouldn't have opened it.

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    1. @anon 21:05! The day I saw that video, I almost died! I cursed the men, could not sleep and when I eventually did, had nightmares!

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    2. It gave me sleepless nights..see how she was struggling and the convulsion? I kept thinking..
      how did she end up there with such Pple?
      Did she steal a phone?
      She was soo scared..the blow may have broken her skull..
      Do u think she will survive it?
      I really didn't think about the video today,and now I am reminded. the images comes flooding..

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    3. Same tin happened to me d day I watched d video. I wasn't myself thru out dat day. I even regretted watching it. I deleted it immediately

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    4. Saw that video to on Monday apriled 17th, it messed up my whole evening. I did not cry ie, did not shed a tear, but was just shocked, then shaken to the core. What a wicked world some live in. Arrrgghhhh!

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  6. Oh boy!
    This man singlehandedly robbed banks???
    He was even using his lunch time, coming back to work like a 'normal' person😳
    This feels like i'm watching a movie.. One of them heists.

    Btw, the Cleveland coward committed suicide.
    Sensense murders!

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  7. Haha, his village people have finally caught up with him.

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  8. SDK...you be thief before? How do you know which manner of theft that is "normal"?

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    1. Na wa for U oo Anon.21:41πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  9. This man must have watched STANDER like 100 times.

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  10. I don't even know what to say

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    1. Even me. Oro na buso si ni lenu.

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  11. OMG.he should be prosecuted and serve his jail terms there

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  12. You can imagine!!!😰😰😰

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  13. Case of mistaken identity.

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  14. anonymous gangster19 April 2017 at 00:50

    Preparation meets opportunity.

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  15. Power of "yasin".

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  16. With a job in the UN? Are you kidding me? Go serve ur time already. Shame!

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  17. Oh sorry. I had to read through. He's not an employee. But all the same.....sigh.

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  18. Some people are just plain ungrateful. U live in the US, working supposedly at UN, a job a lot of people will be grateful to have nd still have d nerve to be involved in robbery?!!!! Dem do this one from village, dats d only explanation I can think of rite now cos it's just crazy

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  19. This old Man's cup is full, he should just go and spend the rest of his life in jail

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  20. Oh! He is now a Nigerian, dis one dat doesn't know where Nigeria is.

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