Two Armed robbers has been captured by the people of Adabraka after attempt to steal steal from a man who has been sent to withdraw from bank.
Moro Yaro reporting to UTV's 'Daworo' news revealed that the two robbers followed the man from the bank after seeing a lot of money on him, so they successful executed their plan and robbed him. The residents of the area then detected the action after they man called for help.
According to Moro Yaro, the robbers after being caught were beating severally and what they could say to the mob were, " send us to the police" they begs for there lives but the mob didn't listen until Adabraka police intervene and rescued them.
The robbers only hope at that time was the police because they thought, they were going to be lynched to death, after the police one if them was severely injured and could barely walk.
The robbers has now been transferred to Nima police station for further investigations.
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