Just two days after a kidnappers’ den was discovered at Ajala Bus Stop in Ojokoro, Lagos, men of the Lagos State Rapid Response Squad have again discovered another suspected hide out of kidnappers, ritualists at Ile-Zik Bus Stop in Ikeja, Lagos.
Early Thursday, a woman believed to have alighted from an SUV was seen talking with a mentally derailed woman in the area.
However, policemen who were said to be on patrol around the Ile-Zik area were reported to have suspected foul play as to what could be transpiring between the duo.
Flesh suspected to be human liver opposite a disused drainage fuelling suspicion of ritualist hideout around the area.
Further search of the environment lend credence to the suspicion with the sighting and subsequent arrest of an erstwhile mentally sick man with an iphone.
Three other suspects were arrested after the search by senior police officers of all the underground drainage channels around the area.
The three suspects believed to be ritualusts were all smoked out of the disused drainage channels with tear gas.
Those arrested were taken to the closest police station to the area to prevent them from being lynched by the mob.
The large crowd, believing that some of the ritualists might be hiding in a warehouse around the area invaded the premises in attempt to ransack it.
They were repelled by the police. Thereafter, a team of volunteers were allowed to search the building and brief those outside.
Some hoodlums, who wanted to cease the opportunity to loot the warehouse broke the wall into the warehouse.
Senior police officers at the scene included ACP – Ops, ACP Biodun Alamutu, Commander RRS, ACP Tunji Disu, Commander Area G and DPOs around the area.
For several hours, the mammoth crowd that gathered around the expressway, hindered smooth vehicular movement as there was heavy traffic jam along the Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway.
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