I Steal Average Of 9 Phones On Friday – Notorious Corporate Pickpocket.
Barely some month ago, RRS agents in Oshodi captured one Seun Jimoh, 18, for pickpocketing. Jimoh, a learner auto – build, abandoned repairman work for pickpocketing in Oshodi on the ground that it was more profitable.
Jimoh decked in a dark-colored jacket and trousers, and a tote like a corporate official, as at the moment of his capture had just stolen four cell phones from clueless victims in an early morning surge in Oshodi.
He was removing N18, 000:00 from the pocket of a worker amid another transport rush when he was caught.
Obscure to Jimoh, two of his victims were vigilant for him in the wake of suspecting him of being in control of their missing telephones.
While remaining at Oshodi Under Bridge, they spotted him removing N18,000:00 from the pocket of another victim, Gbenga Odeniyi.
Now, his prior victim, Onuh Austine, and Onesimus Paul raised a caution, which influenced Jimoh to quickly drop the cash and take to his foot rear areas but RRS agents to near the scene pursued and got him.
The agents after listening to every one of the allegations asked for the victims’ telephone numbers which were dialed and they were found in Jimoh’s handbag.
Jimoh upon interrogation confirmed to have stolen the two phones during a bus stampede. He added “on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, I am always in Oshodi pickpocketing. I steal an average of eight phones on Mondays and maybe like nine phones on Fridays. I don’t really get more than five phones on Wednesdays.
On the off chance that Jimoh’s newly discovered auto – workshop for pickpocketing was Oshodi, this next speculate belittles chose occasions and assembling for his casualties.
Joseph Adeoye, 22, wearing dark suit was captured in Ikeja at the charging of a shopping center. He had stolen the cell phone of a customer from her purse when he was spotted and captured at the occasion.
He admitted to RRS investigators to have stolen a few cell phones and wallets in a similar way. As indicated by him, ‘I live in Ibafo, from where I come to Lagos going to decision get-togethers to pickpocket’.
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