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Siblings bury robbers alive for alleged N130,000 theft



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The Igbokoda area of South West Nigeria which is the headquarters of Ilaje Local Government Area of Ondo State witnessed the an unusual sight when two robbers were reportedly buried alive by two siblings for allegedly stealing the sum of N130, 000.

The suspects Igbekele Orisabinole and Ogbaro Erinbo were accused by two siblings-Omoniyi Alaleran and Oluwaseun Enikuomehin of stealing their mother’s money.

Reports say the siblings who are now in police custody after being transferred to the Special Investigative Bureau at the police headquarters in Akure, committed the crime when their mother, Mrs. Ogunnuga, raise an alarm claiming she had lost the sum of N130,000 and accused Orisabinole and Erinbo of stealing the money.

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After reporting the matter to her sons, the siblings swung into action by torturing the suspects who claimed they were innocent of the accusation leveled against them.

The siblings later dragged Orisabinole and Erinbo to a nearby bush where a pit was dug and the suspects pushed in and buried up to their necks.

Confirming the case, Femi Joseph, Police spokesman said the incident occurred at Omonira Street, Igbokoda on March 12.

“We have almost concluded investigation on the matter. The suspects will be charged to court very soon.” Joseph said.

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