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Monday, July 3, 2017

My Mother Died When She Heard I Was Arrested – Armed Robber (Photo)

An armed robber has expressed deep regret over the death of his mother because of his arrest. 26-year-old Sikiru Lawal told newsmen that he if he had known that his mother would die, he would never have involved himself with armed robbery.

He said, “She had been sick and had been on hospital bed for some time. We were praying she would get better. I’m one of the three children she had. I was told that when she heard I was arrested for a criminal offense, she gasped and died. I regret my action.”

Lawal was arrested for stealing a green Peugeot 206 saloon car in Badagry, Lagos. When asked why he committed the crime, He stated that it was because he needed funds to travel out of Nigeria.

The suspect spoke to newsmen during a parade of suspects by the Acting Commissioner of Police in Lagos State, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Dasuki Galadanchi.

Lawal also detailed how he stole the car. He said;
“I went to steal the car around 11.30pm. They were sleeping when I pushed the kitchen door to enter. Fortunately, it wasn’t locked. I had monitored them for five days. I didn’t use a gun. When I entered the house, I went to the sitting room and I saw the car key on the table. I took the key and drove the car away. I stole the car at Mowo in Badagry. 
“Sometimes, I jumped people’s fence to check if people did not lock their doors because I know many people don’t lock their doors all the time. I would then enter and look around to see if I could find anything useful. This was my first independent operation, but now I’m regretting my action.”
This is Lawal second time of being arrested for robbery. It was discovered that he recently got released from Prison in March this year. Speaking on his previous arrest, he said;
“The first time I was arrested, some persons who dealt in vehicles used to give the stolen vehicles to me to deliver to other people. I never knew the cars were stolen. I was arrested in Ibadan. They used to give me N50,000 per car.”

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