Pastor in Police Net Over Car Theft in Ohafia


Abia state Police command on Wednesday, paraded an alleged pastor of a mega church and one other, over the theft of a Toyota Camry car in Ohafia, Abia state.

Parading the suspects in Umuahia, the new Abia Commissioner of Police, Adeleye Olusola Oyebade said the suspects are part of a syndicate of car jackers who specialise on stealing Toyota Camry cars with master keys in Ohafia area.

He named the suspects as Onyenweaku Chibunnam and Princewill Nnabugwu and stated that under interrogation, they both confessed to the crime.

According to the CP, the suspects have also confirmed that they had so far stolen six Camry cars from Aba area, and had sold some to one Maxwell in Port Harcourt.

He displayed the items recovered from the two which include fake motor plate numbers and fake vehicle documents, warning criminals in the state that he will make life unbearable to them by fishing them out from their hideouts.

In his account before newsmen, the alleged pastor, Onyenweaku Chibunnam claimed he was a pastor of a popular church (name withheld) in Ohafia and residing in the area for over three years.

He also confirmed to newsmen that he actually had been in the business for a long time.

The police said investigation is in progress to fish out the rest of the members.



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