Bank Manager Arrested For Running An Armed Robbery Gang

The insider game in bank robbery again
played out during the week when a senior
bank manager, who allegedly runs an armed
robbery gang, was arrested along with two
members of his gang for attempting to rob a
bank in Ozoro, Isoko North Local Government
Area of Delta State.
The arrest of the bank manager followed the
confession made by two of the suspected
gang members that a staffer of the bank,
who happened to be one of the managers
and one of their brothers, contacted them to
rob the bank as a huge amount of money
was slated for transfer on that day.
Our correspondent gathered that the
suspects were sighted when they were
loitering around the bank premises with a
bag containing their weapons.
Suspicious of their activities, the bank’s
private security and policemen on duty
arrested them and, after searching their bag,
one battle axe and other items were
When contacted, Police Public Relations
Officer, DSP Celestina Kalu confirmed the
arrest of the suspects, saying that following
their arrest and interrogation, the two
suspects confessed that their brother who is
a staff of the bank, hired them to rob the
bank as he told them that a huge amount of
money would be transferred from the bank to
Ellu village.
According to the police spokesperson, the
suspects further confessed that the bank
worker advised them to ambush the clerk on
the road and rob him of the money that
would be on transit.
While saying that the suspects have been
charged to court for conspiracy and
attempted armed robbery, she disclosed that
a battle axe and other items were recovered
from the suspects.


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