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Why I Prefer Stealing From Churches - Robbery Suspect by Nobody: 8:29am On Jul 02, 2013
Anti-robbery policemen attached to Oko-Oba division have arrested a 32-year-old man who allegedly specialised in bugling churches around Oko-Oba area of Lagos.

The suspect identified as Sannu Umaru was reportedly caught in the actinside one of the Pentecostal churches in Oko-Oba, weekend.
Umaru who claimed to be son of a retired army personnel, told policemen during interrogation that he preferred stealing from churches because of the security lapses.
Preliminary investigation, according to police sources, revealed that Umaru was allegedly involved in some robbery incidents in churches around the area. Before his arrest, he allegedly bugled a church where he made away with some musical instruments.
According to Police sources, “on that fateful night, he scaled the fence of the church and went to where the musical instruments were. As he was about carrying the piano valued close to half a million naira, one of the instruments fell down and attracted the night guards who went for him.
“He jumped through the fence with one of the instruments he stole. But he was apprehended by residents of the area who were alerted by the the guards and was brought to the station. He was found to have also burgled another church within the week.”
In his confessional statement, Umaru blamed his indulgence on frustration, saying: “I was tempted to steal because of the death of my father. After his death, I went into scavenging but did not succeed. I chose to bugle churches because it is easier than any other place.
“Aside this, I do not need to be armed. I was scared of carrying arms and did not want to spill blood. That is why I considered stealing in churches as a gentleman’s way.
“What I do is, anytime I go there, I would search the offering boxes. At times I would find money inside, while at other times I would not.
“At Saint Barnabas Church, I did not find any money inside the offering box. So, I decided to steal their music instrument.”
Police sources said Umaru had been charged to court.

Re: Why I Prefer Stealing From Churches - Robbery Suspect by whisper88(m): 8:34am On Jul 02, 2013
Ayaf hear, Ist..
Re: Why I Prefer Stealing From Churches - Robbery Suspect by sheedy407(m): 8:37am On Jul 02, 2013
Oboy,see thief face oh
Re: Why I Prefer Stealing From Churches - Robbery Suspect by Lovebond34(m): 9:02am On Jul 02, 2013
Confident thief
Re: Why I Prefer Stealing From Churches - Robbery Suspect by carzola(m): 9:11am On Jul 02, 2013
I would'nt jail a pety theif he sould be set free and given a job as church security...

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Re: Why I Prefer Stealing From Churches - Robbery Suspect by Prowizy2(m): 9:36am On Jul 02, 2013
Quote "INSECURITY IN THE CHURCH" well u've been caught now it shows dat dere is no better security dan GOD.. Many days 4 d thief bt a day 4 d owner..

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