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Thursday, March 10, 2016

Thief Explains How They Monitor And Rob Bank Customers With Huge Withdrawals

The Lagos State Commissioner of Police, CP, Fatai Owoseni, on Tuesday paraded a suspect, one Tunde Adewale, believed to be part of a five-man robbery gang who laid ambush for bank customers in different areas within the metropolis.



The CP added that the gang usually robbed their victims at gunpoint.
He said, “The suspect was arrested while attempting to rob another victim at Iyana-Ipaja area. When the gang members sighted a police patrol team, they took to their heels.

“Luck ran out on Adewale when he was arrested,” the CP stated.
The 23-year-old suspect confessed to the crime; he told detectives attached to the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad, FSARS, Lagos State how he and his gang members trailed and robbed customers moments after they leave banking halls.

According to Adewale, a gang member would go into the banking hall, pretending to be a customer.
“After the person had spied on those withdrawing huge amounts of money, he would come out and inform us. Two of us would sit on a motorcycle, waiting for the person to come out.
“Immediately we sight the victim, we start operation.
“My role is to point gun at a victim and collect his money. After that, we would zoom off.

“I was a tricycle rider before, but the profit from that business wasn’t enough and I needed money to discharge my wife from the hospital, who had just given birth.
“This was why I went to my friend, Sunday, to assist me with a loan. He didn’t give the money. He promised to introduce me to a job that would fetch me plenty of money.
“That was how I joined robbery in January last year and went for my first operation at Jakande Estate.We robbed a lady coming out of a bank. We robbed her of N200, 000. I got N50, 000 as my share.My wife was later discharged from the hospital by her family members. I had no option than to continue with the gang. I was making money from the operations.”

The suspect said he had participated in five operations.

According to him, he made N200, 000 in his second operation and N300, 000 in the third; he later used part of his loot to buy a Honda car.

Owoseni urged that suspicious persons should be reported immediately to the police and warned customers in banking halls to be mindful of people they talk with.


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43 comments:

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    1. U ask me @ d atm if it's dispensing n I just look @ u like I'm deaf

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    2. That's how one person asked me how much I collected from the atm,

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    3. Lmao. If u see the way I squeeze my face when I wanna enter d bank or use the atm ehn..even the guards will greet me I won't answer. They'll just be looking at me like.. what's wrong with this one. I no wan unnecessary famzing or asking of questions. I enter and leave sharply.

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  2. I hope you enjoy your new home(prison) well.

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  3. ....I was a tricycle rider before, but the profit from that business wasn’t enough and I needed money to discharge my wife from the hospital, who had just given birth...........

    Foolish boy

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    1. Even after he got the 50k from the first robbery, it was still his wife's family that discharged her. Stupid man!

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    2. Even after he got the 50k from the first robbery, it was still his wife's family that discharged her. Stupid man!

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  4. Noted
    Very good information to note
    Sometimes I don't like borrowing people my pen inside d bank cos they use dat to distract u or they make put jazz on d ink b4 giving u back
    That's why I prefer bank transfer instead of withdrawing the money cash

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    1. Jazz on the ink?
      Just hearing this for the first time.

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    2. ???

      Put 'may put jazz in the ink'??

      Gosh your people think like 18th century villagers Stella. Buahahahahahahaaaaaaa

      And you don't borrow someone a pen' you lend it.

      I always feel my IQ slipping when I come here, gosh. It's painful.

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    3. @ anno just saw your reply
      I would've prefer you show your ID? I guess who u are, u forgot to go anno to reply others

      Ok now,
      Have you heard of the word *hypotize*?
      Com spill under my comment again since u r jobless that u got time to preview or ask people to review your comment before u post

      Efulefu

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    4. Borrow - Take
      Lend - Give


      *Ghanaman signing out*

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    5. Borrow - Take/Receive
      Lend - Give


      *Ghanaman signing out*

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    1. Na wa.
      See wetin the fear of gbagaun has reduced you to.
      Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

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    2. Anon 9:11 u wicked ooo. Anyway the greedy thief, after making a little money he ran and buy car as a big boy that has a flowing business. Yorubas are too lazy for my liking.

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  6. This has been happening since time immemorial...
    Thank God they were caught!..

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  7. Smh. Hardship is a bastard.

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    1. Abegi...Is he the only one suffering from the hardship? Me nko? Why I never go tiff?

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    2. Quicksilver you dey sleep around for money na. How will he sleep around for money like you. Everybody get the one dem fit do as far as money dey involve

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  8. They will not go to school. They will not learn any trade. They will be lazying about and looking for whom to rob.Shameless lazy people. And
    After they go dey make on top of nothing.

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  9. SMH @ "I had no option than to continue with armed robbery"

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    1. Just look at him.
      Like he gave the people he stole from an option too.

      Some of the people they dispossess of their money might just be someone sent by their boss.

      Ife onye cho,ka ofu.

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  10. e ri oju ole e omu, omo yin ose agbafo owun ko aso wa le. ..e ri oju ole e omu!

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  11. You see your life now....after Honda car....wat next? Prison

    410 comment 2016

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  12. 23 year old discharging wife from hospital last year? Mehn you ain't ripe for marriage, hence your inability to cater for a family. That's no excuse though, you will pay for your crimes. Ole

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    1. @Omasiri, it is their way. There was perhaps no proper marriage at all. He impregnated her and she moved in with him. Dats what they call their own marriage.

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  13. See where greed and laziness has gotten him .

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  14. Just imagine the excuse. Everyday for the theif, one day for the owner.

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  15. End of the road for him. All that one he is saying is story for the gods

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  16. That's how a man was shot at bode Thomas yesterday when he left the bank with his wife and son.
    I pray the man survives..
    THe robbery is getting out of hand.
    Maybe bikes should be banned totally in Lagos
    Because they escape fast with bikes, no hold up to slow them down
    I saw the video of the man shot yesterday and people weren't even helping the wife put him in the car but we're videoing the whole thing. Nigerians sef

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    1. That's Lagos people for you...
      You are on your own in this town!..

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    2. Sebi when Fashola banned them people were screaming unemployment bla bla. We have to stick to one o.

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  17. Did you say he's 23yrs
    Omg! What a world
    Smh

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  18. Every day for the theif one day for the una

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  19. I was a victim of this bank robbers on Tuesday, thank God unlike the man who they shot at yesterday, they took money, phones but dint hurt I & the driver. Okadas should be banned.

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  20. yoruba's and stealing...they no like to work @all...

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