Photos: Armed Robbers Meet Their Death After Robbing Zenith Bank Customer





On Thursday morning around 8:30am a woman was attacked by two armed robbery gang, after making a withdrawal at a zenith Bank branch located at Egbeda-Ikotun road.

According to the report the robbers, who specialize in motorbike robbery, snatched her handbag containing the money she withdraw.


On fortunately their cup get filled that day when a mobile policemen attached to another bank around the area shot one of the armed robber dead, while the other tried to escape. 

he was caught by angry mobs who witnessed the incident and beaten to death before he was handed over to a team of policemen who took away the suspects, including the remains of one shot.





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