Two suspected armed robbers beaten to pulp for robbing a woman in Jos

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Men of the Operation Safe Haven (OPSH) on Tuesday February 9, rescued two suspected robbers from a mob at Lamingo area of Jos, Plateau state. It was gathered that the suspects identified as Semchan, Victor and a third accomplice robbed a woman who runs a store after threatening her with a gun. According to reports, the woman raised alarm which attracted the attention of passerbys. The armed robbers then fled in a Keke Napep but were hotly chased by a motorist who blocked the tricycle. They ran into the adjoining bush but were chased by residents of the area who caught two of them while the third person managed to escape. The mob gave them the beating of their lives before the arrival of OPSH operatives who immediately rescued the suspects and took them to their office.     The post Two suspected armed robbers beaten to pulp for robbing a woman in Jos appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.

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