Armed Robber Dies While Operating
In Ibadan, the Oyo state capital, an armed robber has dead while in action. The armed robber was hit by a car and was later shot by his gang members.
According to Eyewitness, the robber just robbed off some people in the area and on their attempt to escape from the scene, one of them was hit with a car in reverse mood.
The robbers then left on their bike only to hijack one Micra which they wanted to use to pick their fallen hero, but unfortunately the Micra refused to start when they got to where the guy was laying lifeless.
In the process, some guys came out and started pursuing the remaining two robbers, they escaped through a close, but unfortunately, they shot one aboki gateman in his chest while escaping. Meanwhile, Police has calmed the situation but still looking for vehicle to transport the dead robber to the mortuary.
The stolen gold were found in the robbers pocket and juju.
The dead robber was said to have been shot by his gang when they noticed that he wouldn't be able to survive the incident.
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