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Hoodlums break into journalist’s apartment in Ondo, cart away valuables 

By Oluwaseun Akingboye, Akure
10 November 2021   |   2:44 am
Unknown hoodlums have burgled the apartment of an Ondo State-based journalist and staff of Daily Times Newspaper, Mr. ‘Tosin Ajuwon, carting away valuable properties including

[FILES] Ondo State

Unknown hoodlums have burgled the apartment of an Ondo State-based journalist and staff of Daily Times Newspaper, Mr. ‘Tosin Ajuwon, carting away valuable properties including his vital documents.
   
The hoodlums broke into the building located at Irese Community in Ifedore Local Council of the state through the window and made away with two sets of television, including vital documents. 

  
It was gathered that the burglars entered the house when Mr. Ajuwon and members of his family had left for work.
    
According to members of the household, the incident would be the second time that unknown persons would break into the apartment to steal valuable properties. 
 
Speaking on the unfortunate incident, Mr. Ajuwon described the incident as shocking, frightening and a direct attack. 
 
He explained that the hoodlums came into the apartment through the backyard after breaking the burglary window. 
 
He said: “It is the most shocking incident because the burglars came into the apartment when we had left the house for work, which shows that they must have been monitoring our movement. They came in through the back, where they damaged the burglary proof and entered through the window. 
 
“They ransacked the whole room, scattered some of my documents in a most frightening way. In fact, it’s a direct attack. They stole two television sets (a 55 inches Hisense CurveTv and an LG 32 inches Tv) while they also took away vital documents.
 
“We have reported the case to the police in the Ijare Division and they have promised to identify those who perpetrated the evil act. I trust that the police will surely go after them.”
 
The state Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), DSP Oluwafunmilayo Odunlami, who confirmed the incident, said the investigation has begun, stressing that the perpetrators would soon be apprehended. 

 

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