Jos- Suspected robbers who invaded the home of Nigerian player, Ogenyi Onazi, in Jos, Plateau State, have been arrested by the Lagos Police Command, Punch reports.
A police source said that operatives attached to the Ilemba Hausa Division swooped on the suspects at their hideout and recovered a Highlander Jeep.
“Four of them are in custody as we speak,” he added.
The Police Public Relations Officer, Dolapo Badmos, confirmed the arrest, adding that the suspects would be paraded at the command headquarters later today.
Four armed robbers had on Monday according to News24 attacked the Jos home of the Nigeria international, carting away valuables including a Toyota Highlander and cash.
However, the damage they caused was limited to material things as they took no life although they physically assaulted the father of the Nigeria midfielder.
Speaking from his base in Turkey, Onazi who was obviously shaken by the incident, disclosed that the bandits pretended to be courier men with a letter to be delivered to his father.
- News 24