This is a very wicked and evil way, innocent victims have been murdered over their own property. Read below,
The Ogun State Police Command has arrested a suspected notorious robber identified as Ayo Olayinka, who specializes in snatching motorcycles from their owners and reselling them at cheaper prices.
The suspect was arrested in Abeokuta, Ogun State capital. He has since been kept in the custody of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) of the State Police Command, for not only dispossessing his victims of their motorcycles, but also killing them.
Olayinka, while confessing to newsmen in pidgin English of his nefarious act, said, “Yes, there is no need lying to you.
“I am a notorious armed robber. I specialise in snatching commercial motorcycles.
“I usually operate by disarming the rider with either a rod or strong stick after picking a motorcycle on charter to a lonely place.
“On the way, I would lie that my personal effect had fallen off from me and the rider would stop, I would then hold the rider unaware by using the rod or stick to hit the motorcyclist on his head or chest, drag him into the bush and zoom off with the motorcycle before he recovers, if he is lucky to be alive.
“None of them have come to see me. Anytime I come out from this mess, I will use my tongue to count my teeth.”
A police source at Abeokuta noted that there was a reported case of a missing commercial motorcyclist, adding that the body of the man was recovered a few days later but his motorcycle was still missing.
He explained, “We suspected foul play and swung into action. We recovered the missing motorcycle with a man.
“We arrested the man who now took us to Ayo. During interrogation, he confessed to the callous way he was killing his victims.
“I don’t want to imagine the way his victims die in serious agony.”
The State Commissioner of Police, Abdulmajid Ali, noted that the suspect was very heartless and an unrepentant armed robber that had sent many people to their early graves because of Okada that he would not sell for up to N40,000, adding that the suspect would soon be charged to court.