Staff steals 52 computers 3 weeks after being employed

Staff steals 52 computers 3 weeks after being employed

Just 3 weeks on a new job, a new staff has been arrested for stealing over 52 computers, a crime he connived with a robber to perpetrate.

Ms Titilayo Ero of Dorf Royal Events Centre, Asero,  who had about 52 computer monitors in her store only for her to discover in August that the store had been burgled and all the monitors were stolen, reported the incident to the police.

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Her complaint led to the arrest of the 31-year-old salesman Michael Daniel who upon interrogation, confessed to inviting one Smith Ajao, 23, to join him in the night for the operation.

Police spokesperson in Ogun state, Abimbola Oyeyemi who confirmed the incident said Ajao was later traced to a hotel in Sango Ota and was arrested.

He said:

Detectives swiftly moved into action and invited the salesman who was barely three weeks old in the employment of the centre. When he was thoroughly interrogated, he confessed to being the brain behind the dastardly act.

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According to him,  the suspects who led detectives to Computer Village in Ikeja, Lagos, where 48 of the computer monitors were recovered will be charged to court as soon as the investigation is concluded.

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