How we rob people in Mile 2 traffic – Suspect reveals

Operatives of the Rapid Response Squad (RRS) Lagos State Command have arrested a suspected notorious traffic robber The suspect, Tunde Raphael, 24, was arrested by the officials of the RRS last week – The Police PRO, CSP Chike Oti, stated that the police are intensifying efforts towards arresting traffic robbers in Mile 2 Three suspected robbers who operate in traffic along Mile 2 Bridge, were on Sunday, July 1, arrested by the Rapid Response Squad (RRS) of the Lagos state police command. One of the suspects, identified as Tunde Raphael, 24, explained how he and 19 other gang members dispossessed motorists and commuters of their belongings in Mile 2 Bridge traffic. This was disclosed in a tweet via the Twitter handle of the Rapid Response Squad, @rrslagos767. “Tunde, who was arrested in Mile 2 traffic at past 5:00 a.m. along with two other accomplices, Samuel Kolawole, 23 and Solomon Omini, 32, last Wednesday after a chase by the operatives of the RRS, said that the only job he had was robbing motorists and commuters of their belongings between 4:00 a.m and 6:30 a.m as well as at night,” a statement released by RRS on their Facebook page claims. “He disclosed that his gang worked in twos or threes holding toy guns, machetes, Jackknives, hammers, rods and other weapons to dispossess commuters of phones, money, jewelry, laptops and other prized possessions. “According to him, it’s a job I have been doing for more than a year. As soon as we approach a car, we tell the occupants to bring out their belongings. Some would cooperate with us and give us their phones and money. “Some would wind up. I laugh at them because we would break that glass or use our prepared mixture that when thrown at their side glasses, would bring them down gently and we would take all that we want and leave the place. “We do this everyday. We know when to come and when not to. We[…]

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