So Safe Operatives Recover Stolen Items from Shop/House Burglars in Abeokuta
Ogun state So Safe corps have smashed a gang which have been breaking into shops and homes at Oke Ejigbo in Abeokuta, the state capital.
Scores of people had been flooding the Oke-Itoku police station to inspect the stolen items recovered from the suspected members of the gang.
Most of the callers said they had been victims of the gang for the past months.
Commander of So-safe corps, Soji Ganzallo told RockCity FM on Sunday that two members of the gang were arrested in the early hours of Sunday at Oke Ejigbo.
He named the suspects as Kolawole Sobowale and Moruf Soyoye.
One of members of the gang managed to escape, while those arrested had been handed over to the police.
According to Ganzallo, a So-safe patrol had sighted one of the suspects at around 6.30 am on Sunday, moving with bloodstain on his leg, and holding a live turkey.
Ganzallo said the suspect was tracked to his house, which was cordoned off by so-safe operatives, who effected the arrest of two of them, while one of them escaped.
Items recovered by So-safe operatives from the house, include a plasma television set, three speakers, a socket extension, two hand saw, three remote control , three liters of vegetable oil, two kegs of five liters palm oil and 25 liters of vegetable oil.
Other recovered items are a half bag of rice, a school bag containing clothes, two standing fans, one GoTV antenna, three mouth spanners, four packs of toothpaste, bags containing used provisions, and a big pack of sunlight detergent.
Also recovered were 38 pieces of new clothes in two sacks, 67 pieces of other clothes inside sack, 13 pieces of new clothes in a travelling bag, sachets of spaghetti, raw beans, two hammers and a screw driver, power bank, buckets containing assorted provisions, soaps, insecticide, as well as a speaker, one woofer music engine, two DVD and one electronic cooker, three smart phones and Itel smart phone batteries.