Fatinoyes: Ogun police arrest two suspected buyers of deceased’s car
Poised to bring all those directly or indirectly involved in the gruesome murder of Kehinde and Bukola Fatinoye and their only son Oreoluwa to justice, operatives of Ogun State Police Command have apprehended two suspects who bought the stolen car of the deceased.
The two suspects, Azeez Usman and Owolaja Aanuoluwapo were arrested on Monday, February 13, 2023, at different locations in the state, following the confession of the earlier arrested suspects, who informed the police that the car was sold to Azeez Usman for N150,000.
After killing the couple, the suspects got hold of their son Oreoluwa and their adopted child, Felix Olorunyomi, tied them with rope and put them in the booth of the Hyundai car with which they drove them to Ogun river bridge at Adigbe area, and threw them into the river.
The suspects later parked the car somewhere in the Oke Ata area of Abeokuta, but later contacted Owolaja AanuOluwapo, who went there and drove the vehicle to Azeez Usman’s workshop,where the car was butchered into pieces and sold in parts.
Police investigation revealed that the two suspects were duly informed that the car was stolen, but they went ahead and bought it at the rate of N150,000. Ogun State Commissioner of Police, Frank Mba, has ordered that all the suspects be arraigned in court as soon as investigation is concluded.
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