The Nigerian Army in the evening of Monday, April 8, arrested one of the suspected robbers who raided a bank in Idoani, a town in Ondo state, leading to the death of at least six people.
It was learnt that the suspect was arrested by the soldiers while he was trying to escape from the scene of the robbery incident.
The suspect is believed to be a member of the 11-man gang that raided the bank and carted away huge sums of money.
Television Continental reports that among those killed was a police inspector, two staff of the bank, two customers who were withdrawing through ATM and two others within the scene.
The report added that five other persons sustained injuries and were rushed to the hospital.
Legit.ng earlier reported how some gunmen suspected to be armed robbers reportedly attacked a branch of a new generation bank located in Oke Ejigbo, Ila Orangun in Osun state.
It was learnt that the bank raid reportedly occurred in the afternoon on Thursday, January 24.
The report stated that policemen and other security operatives were deployed to the scene of the said robbery to arrest the suspected criminals.
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It was also reported how an early morning invasion of Mgbuodohia community in Rumuolumeni, Obio/Akpor local government area of Rivers led to the death of eight people in the state.
The Nation reports that some gunmen stormed the community in the wee hours of Sunday, April 7, killing eight persons and injuring many others.
Confirming the incident, the chairman of the community, Sunny Odum, said the victims were killed in the attack.
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