PHOTO: Three men arrested after breaking into shops and looting at the Alaba International market

PHOTO: Three men arrested after breaking into shops and looting at the Alaba International market

Three yet-to-be identified men have been arrested by men of the Rapid Response Squad, Lagos State Police Command for breaking into shops at the Alaba International market and looting properties.

This is coming barely days after repeated attacks ensued between Lagos residents and members of a notorious gang also known as "One Million boys" owing to lock down that was imposed by the Federal Government to curb the widespread of Coronavirus in the state.

WITHIN NIGERIA learnt that these men specialize in snatching phones and bags from passersby.

It was also learnt that the suspects were arrested today April 28, with their weapons handed over to men of the Ojo Police Station.

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In a related story, WITHIN NIGERIA reported operatives of Lagos State Command have arrested nine suspects along Abule-Egba and Ifako Ijaiye communities in Ogun state after they successfully foiled a robbery attempt on residents in both communities.

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