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Robbery victim offers N250k for the recovery of his passport and laptop in Lagos

Robbery victim offers N250k for the recovery of his passport and laptop in Lagos

All over the world Friday night is seen as a night of relaxing and fun catching especially in the club. This brought about the general saying of Thank God it’s Friday (TGIF).

In line with this, some corporate organisations allow their staffs to dress down so they can go catch some fun after work while others even arranged for a relaxing moment for their staffs after work.

A Twitter user in the mood of the TGIF has lost some of his valuables while catching fun in Lekki area of Lagos. According to the man known simply as Kris Tucker, he had parked his car outside a fun centre Beer Barn Lounge on Admiralty Way, Lekki.

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In the car was his bag which contained his laptop, international passport and cash of $2000. By the time he will be done, all these had disappeared as his car had been burgled while he was busy catching fun in the lounge

He claimed his windows were smashed to gain access to his valuables. In his desperate move to recover only his laptop and international passport, not minding the $2000, he is offering N250,000 to anyone who can help him recover his lost items.

His post reads:

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that one of the kidnappers who had gone to kidnapped a pharmacist has been sleeping for the past six days.

Legit.ng gathered that the police said the three-man gang stormed the shop with guns with the intention to kidnap the owner, but the victim raised the alarm and escaped through the back door. The police explained that the suspect tried to escape on a motorcycle but stumbled while he was trying to ride it. He reportedly snatched the motorcycle from a customer of the shop owner. The other members of the gang were said to have taken to their heels. The police stated that a 400mg tablet of Tramadol was recovered from the pocket of the sleeping suspect which raised the suspicion that he must have taken the drug before he went for the operation.

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