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'My Cousin Taught Me How To Steal From Shops' – 22-year Old Suspect

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Daniel Olanrewaju, a self-confessed robber has ended up in police custody three weeks after he broke into a boutique in Agbado, Ogun State. It was learnt that the 22-year-old suspect was accosted by some vigilantes in the community while he was roaming about last Tuesday night.


When he was questioned on his mission in the area, he reportedly could not give satisfactory answers. He was arrested and handed over to the police at the Agbado division. After further interrogation, he confessed to have burgled the boutique and stolen trousers, jerseys, among other clothes.



The resident of Somolu, Lagos State, reportedly led the police to arrest one Ibrahim, with whom he kept some of the stolen clothes. Olanrewaju told City Round during the week that he burgled the boutique on January 28, 2019 at night. He said he entered the attic and broke the ceiling to gain access into the shop. He explained that after the operation, he took his loot to Costain area of Lagos and kept them with a friend.

He said,
“I was very broke because I could not get any work from my customers. While I was thinking about the way out, it occurred to me that I could steal. I decided to go to somewhere far from where I live.

“On January 28, at night, I went to a complex at ‘Agbado under bridge’ and burgled a boutique. I broke the ceiling to enter the store. I stole several trousers and jerseys and ran away. I took them to my friend’s shop in Costain area of Lagos. I was thinking of how to sell them.”

He said when he could not find buyers for the items, he took some of them to Ibrahim, a tea seller in Agbado last Tuesday.

Olanrewaju explained that he was strategising on how to market the clothes without running into trouble until it was dark. He said he was stranded and decided to pass the night outside a shop.



He said, “As I wanted to sleep, a vigilante shone the torchlight on me. I ran to hide somewhere. The man alerted other vigilantes and I was caught. They asked me what I was doing outside at night and I told them I was stranded. They were not satisfied with my response and they threatened to kill me if I did not say the truth. That was why I decided to tell them about the crime.

“They beat me up and took me to the police station. I mentioned Ibrahim and the police arrested him. He did not know that I stole the clothes.” Asked if he had been involved in the crime in the past, Olanrewaju stated that he was exposed to the act by his cousin while he was living in Benin Republic, where his father hailed from.

The Ogun State Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, said the suspect would soon be charged to court.

Source: www.mediahelm.com.ng/2019/02/my-cousin-taught-me-how-to-steal-from.html

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really ? you must have has a very bad cousin

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he was a bad teacher, or you were a bad student, that's why they catch you.

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You shouldn't listen to him

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I think he was a bad teacher, or you were a bad student, that's why they catch you.

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[ @harmlessman: ] he was a bad teacher, or you were a bad student, that's why they catch you.

lol

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he was a bad teacher, or you were a bad student, that's why they catch you.

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I'm ayomide
That's bad

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That is bad

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Wow

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Beeman

[ @beeman: ] Wow

really ?

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Nah so nothing do you idiot open like you

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at least your cousin is not there now pay for ur crimes

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Godspower
Bad news said

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braiharuna5
Baba dey blame cousin wey probably no dey steal now say na him teach am...The cousin isn't there now sha, so he is alone dancing To the tone of the music

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Bad cousin brother

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AMINU
You see bad influence

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Hmm...so stealing was the next thing he could come up with...enjoy your life in prison.

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Mag's girl
Too bad

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Thank u
really bad

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Like seriously

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Dandison peterside

[ @hismyhill113: ] Daniel Olanrewaju, a self-confessed robber has ended up in police custody three weeks after he broke into a boutique in Agbado, Ogun State. It was learnt that the 22-year-old suspect was accosted by some vigilantes in the community while he was roaming about last Tuesday night.


When he was questioned on his mission in the area, he reportedly could not give satisfactory answers. He was arrested and handed over to the police at the Agbado division. After further interrogation, he confessed to have burgled the boutique and stolen trousers, jerseys, among other clothes.



The resident of Somolu, Lagos State, reportedly led the police to arrest one Ibrahim, with whom he kept some of the stolen clothes. Olanrewaju told City Round during the week that he burgled the boutique on January 28, 2019 at night. He said he entered the attic and broke the ceiling to gain access into the shop. He explained that after the operation, he took his loot to Costain area of Lagos and kept them with a friend.

He said,
“I was very broke because I could not get any work from my customers. While I was thinking about the way out, it occurred to me that I could steal. I decided to go to somewhere far from where I live.

“On January 28, at night, I went to a complex at ‘Agbado under bridge’ and burgled a boutique. I broke the ceiling to enter the store. I stole several trousers and jerseys and ran away. I took them to my friend’s shop in Costain area of Lagos. I was thinking of how to sell them.”

He said when he could not find buyers for the items, he took some of them to Ibrahim, a tea seller in Agbado last Tuesday.

Olanrewaju explained that he was strategising on how to market the clothes without running into trouble until it was dark. He said he was stranded and decided to pass the night outside a shop.



He said, “As I wanted to sleep, a vigilante shone the torchlight on me. I ran to hide somewhere. The man alerted other vigilantes and I was caught. They asked me what I was doing outside at night and I told them I was stranded. They were not satisfied with my response and they threatened to kill me if I did not say the truth. That was why I decided to tell them about the crime.

“They beat me up and took me to the police station. I mentioned Ibrahim and the police arrested him. He did not know that I stole the clothes.” Asked if he had been involved in the crime in the past, Olanrewaju stated that he was exposed to the act by his cousin while he was living in Benin Republic, where his father hailed from.

The Ogun State Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, said the suspect would soon be charged to court.

Source: www.mediahelm.com.ng/2019/02/my-cousin-taught-me-how-to-steal-from.html

sorry boy,your cousin should have taught you on how not to get caught...

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He is not a good cousin

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[ @harmlessman: ] he was a bad teacher, or you were a bad student, that's why they catch you.

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[ @admin: ] really ? you must have has a very bad cousin

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Rabiu081
Your cousin na professional you be pr????

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[ @harmlessman: ] he was a bad teacher, or you were a bad student, that's why they catch you.

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Rabiu081

[ @stylzjeh: ] Your cousin na professional you be pr????

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Dalilu
that was not good

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He said he entered the attic and broke the ceiling to gain access into the shop. He explained that after the operation

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