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Kidnapper found dead in Ogun bush after engaging Police with gun duel, one arrested

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One of the Kidnappers terrorising ogun communities especially on Mologede area of Odeda Local Government has been found dead days after they engaged on gun duel with Ogun State Police operatives.

The bloody kidnapper sustained degree of injuries having engaged policemen with gun battle on Friday after abducted a tipper driver at the Mologede area.

It was reported that one of the kidnappers was shot dead while others escaped with varying degrees of gunshot injuries and later found dead in the bush while another one was arrested.

It will be recalled that a Tipper driver was abducted on Friday at Mologede village, following which the DPO Bode Olude Division, DSP Durojaye Rotimi, mobilized his men in conjunction with other security men to the scene, where the hoodlums engaged them in fierce gun battle as a result of which one the hoodlums was shot dead and the victim rescued.

Other members of the gang then as confirmed by the Ogun State Police Command spokesperson, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi escaped with gunshot injuries.

According to Oyeyemi, a massive manhunt for the escaped members of the gang was ordered by the state Commissioner of Police, CP Edward Awolowo Ajogun and in compliance with the order, the entire forest of Mologede was combed, and in the process, the dead body of one of the kidnappers was found while another with bullets wound was arrested.

“The arrested one who identified himself as Mohammed Bello was discovered to be an ex-convict who has just been released from prison custody in Ibadan oyo state.
“Some packets of tramadol and weeds suspected to be Indian hemp was recovered from them”, Oyeyemi said.

The state Commissioner of Police, CP Edward Awolowo Ajogun, has ordered the transfer of the suspect to anti kidnapping unit of state criminal investigation and intelligence department for further investigation.

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