Two Female Robbers Arrested For Allegedly Robbing 15-year-old Girl in Bayelsa (Photos)

Two women and a man have been apprehended for robbing a teenage girl in Bayelsa state.

Security operatives have arrested two women and a man for engaging in alleged robbery.

The suspected criminals were arrested by the Bayelsa State Vigilante Service for allegedly robbing a 15-year-old girl, Boma Sunday.

The three suspects, Godwin Sunday, 28, and two females, Anna Samuel, 21, and Better Okorie, 23, were nabbed on Wednesday, April 28, after they allegedly stole N5000 from the victim at the ever busy Tombia Market in Yenagoa Local Government Council.

According to the teenage girl, she was standing by roadside close to the market, waiting to board a tricycle that would take her home after buying all she needed when the three member gang accosted her and collected her money on a broad day light.

“After they collected the money I raised alarm that drew the attention of the vigilante. I didn’t even know that they were around. It was at that point I saw them chasing the criminals and apprehended them close to the roundabout as they tried to escape.” she added.

Speaking to newsmen shortly after the arrest, the chairman of the State Vigilante Service, Hon. Doubiye Alagba, used the medium to warn other criminal who operate within the Tombia roundabout axis and other part of the state to choose a new leaf of life or face the full wrath of the law.

“I am using this medium to call on members of the public to always be vigilant and security conscious of their environment at all times. It is only by so doing you can quickly notice the presence of criminal elements and avoid being attacked and robbed,” he stated.

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“We have handed them over to Operation Dou Akpo, a special unit of the Bayelsa State Command of the Nigeria Police force for further investigations and subsequent prosecution.” he added.

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