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Man Steals Motorcycle To Finance Wedding, Knocked Down While He Fled

Date: 2018-01-13

 

A man who was scheduled to be married in a few days time was almost lynched by a angry crowd after he was caught fleeing with a stolen bike.

Sources say the man identified simply as Suleiman, was knocked down before he made a successful getaway.

He confessed to regretting his actions stating that he only did the criminal act in desperation to fund his wedding.

He was rescued from the angry crowd by the police and taken to University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital.

Source


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