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Thursday, September 29, 2016

Robbers Attack Balogun Market, One Killed, Three Injured


A group of robbers failed in their attempt to break
into shops at the Balogun Market located on the
Island, but they however inflicted machete wounds
on three security guards while one other security
guard was not so lucky as he died following the
attack by the men of the underworld.
According to reports, one of the robbers identified
only as Saidu was caught and hacked to death by
an angry mob after the rest of his gang members
who were armed with cutlasses fled the scene of
the incident.
Men of the Ebute Ero Police Division, later arrived
the scene of the crime and according to another
night guard who witnessed the incident, three of his
colleagues who were injured following the attack
have been taken to the Lagos Island General
Hospital.
“It was around 5.30am on Friday. We were the only
ones on the market premises, except for some
Muslims praying in nearby mosques. We observed
that the robbers were armed with cutlasses. They
wanted to break into some shops. We confronted
them and they attacked us.

“They injured three security men with cutlasses.
Some people called the police at the Ebute Ero
division. Two policemen were also on patrol around
the market. They assisted us in confronting the
robbers.
“The injured security men were quickly rushed to a
hospital on the Lagos Island. When the robbers
sighted the police, they fled. But we made sure that
all of them did not escape. One of them was
caught, and he turned out to be a Nigerien. He was
beaten up by a mob. I don’t know his fate.”
While confirming the incident, SP Dolapo Badmos
the Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer,
revealed that the only robbery suspect who was
caught was hacked to death by an angry mob.
“The robbery suspect, Saidu, of Niger Republic died
on Friday at about 3pm. Some robbers, including
Saidu, had attempted to burgle some shops in
Balogun Market, before the police repelled them.
“Saidu’s corpse had been taken to a morgue. The
case has been referred to SARS where further
investigation is ongoing.”
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