Police raid black spots in Lagos, arrest 720 hoodlums (Photos)

November 15, 2020
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Police raid black spots in Lagos, arrest 720

The Lagos State Police Command, on Sunday, carried out simultaneous raids on areas believed to be harboring criminals and hoodlums, across the 14 area commands in the state and arrested seven hundred and twenty (720) suspects.

The command’s Public Relations Officer, SP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, confirmed this in a statement issued in Lagos.

He said the 720 suspects were arrested, with various weapons and substances suspected to be Indian hemp and cocaine.

Adejobi stated that the Lagos Command re-launched its anti-crime strategies to curb crimes and criminality across the state “In its bid to solidify the security architecture of the state,

Adejobi added that “In the swift operations, police operatives arrested 720 suspects with incriminating items, including locally-made guns, cartridges, charms, and substances suspected to be Indian hemp and cocaine.

Suspected criminals arrested by Lagos police

“Also, some items suspected to have been looted from various shopping outlets within the state during the recent EndSARS violence were found within the suspected criminals.”

Some suspects and goods believed to have been looted during violence

Adejobi also noted that the Commissioner of Police in the state, Hakeem Odumosu, had earlier warned and directed police officers and men to move against lawlessness and criminality in the state.

“Odumosu affirmed the zeal of the command to sustain the operations, even beyond the yuletide season.

“The police chief commended the officers and men of the command for the successful operations, while he urged them to be at alert for more operations across the state,” the police spokesman said.

Adejobi said that Odumosu had also directed the Deputy Commissioner of Police in charge of SCID, Panti to commence discreet investigation on the arrested suspects for immediate prosecution.

“Odumosu urged those whose items were looted during the recent EndSARS violence to come up for claims of their items, with proof of ownership,” Adejobi said.

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