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Operatives of Lagos state police command, led by the Divisional Police Officer, Ikeja
Police Station, CSP Gbenga Ogunsakin, has arrested one Miss Deborah Nwachukwu,
23, for allegedly stealing a Toyota jeep, cash and items worth N1m.
DSP
Bala Elkana, the Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, said this in a statement made available to journalists.



According
to Elkana, the suspect is an indigene of Abia State and resided at No. 19
Irewale Street, Ipade area of Lagos.
He
further explained that Nwachukwu stole the Toyota Jeep, two Samsung S10,
wristwatch, designer perfume and some cash from one Mr Patrick at MKO Street,
off Toyin Street, Ikeja.
“Patrick
(the complainant) met Nwachukwu at Shoprite in Ikeja selling some cleaning
products for a company around the shopping mall where he invited her to help
render home service in cleaning his house for him.
“They
agreed for N20,000 as payment for her service. However, Nwachukwu said the
invitation was not just for cleaning of the house but for sexual reasons.
“After
the sexual intercourse, she noticed that the complainant was asleep and she
quickly took his exotic wristwatches, some cash and his Jeep and escaped from
the house after locking him up in the room.
“The suspect has been charged to court and remanded in correctional custody,” the
Police spokesman said.
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In a similar
Development, a team of detectives in the command also received complaints from
one Alhaji Garuba isiaka with residence at 7 Ayo Ijaiye street that he received
a phone call from his younger brother Alhaji Mohammed isiaka that one isiaka Abayomi
with a location at 2 Ayo ijaiye Isheri forcefully seized his daughter with name
Nana Aishat isiaka, a one-year-old child from her mother and allegedly hit her
on the ground.
The statement
put further that the infant, known as Nana Aishat was shattered and died on the
spot
Elkana said
the suspect was almost lynched by angry mobs from the area if not for the timely intervention of the police
The spokesman said the suspect will be charged to court    

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