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Police Launch Search For Lagos Dispatch Rider Over Alleged Theft Of Child

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Police Launch Search For Lagos Dispatch Rider Over Alleged Theft Of Child

In accordance with The PUNCH, the Lagos State Police Command on Saturday mentioned it had begun a seek for a yet-to-be recognized dispatch rider who was caught with a child in his dispatch field within the Sangotedo space of Lekki.

It additionally mentioned it had intensified efforts to find the whereabouts of the infant’s dad and mom or guardian to allow it to research the incident

There was pandemonium within the space when the rider was apprehended by some youths suspecting a case of kid abduction.

In a video circulated on social media, commuters, motorists and passersby have been seen expressing shock over the event when the infant clad in a singlet and a pair of shorts was allegedly rescued.

Angered by the motion of the dispatch rider, a mob was seen beating the suspect whereas he was being taken away on business bike to keep away from being lynched.

However the spokesperson for the Lagos State Police Command, CSP Adekunle Ajisebutu, mentioned whereas the command was conscious of the viral video, the case was not reported at any police station within the state.

In an announcement on Saturday titled, ‘Alleged Baby Stealing in Sangotedo: Incident in viral video not reported,” Ajisebutu mentioned, “The command needs to tell the general public that the incident mentioned to have taken place in Sangotedo space, Lekki, was not reported at any police station to allow the police take acceptable actions.

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“However that the incident was not reported, the Commissioner of Police, Abiodun Alabi, has directed that efforts ought to be intensified to find the whereabouts of the alleged dispatch rider and the dad and mom or guardians of the kid to allow the police to research the incident.”

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