Police arraign six over theft of pastor’s 1,600 fowls

Police arraign six over theft of pastor’s 1,600 fowls

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The Police in Osun State have dragged six persons before an Osogbo Magistrates court for allegedly stealing and receiving fowls valued at N1.5 million.
The stolen 1,600 fowls, said to belong to a female pastor of a pentecostal church in the state, Mrs. Titilayo Aluko, were carted away on or before July 5, from her farm in Erin-Osun, a town in the state.
Aluko was said to have discovered that her fowls were missing before she reported the matter at a police station in Erin Osun.
The Police immediately swung into action and arrested two of Titilayo’s apprentices and four others, who allegedly received the stolen fowls.
Those arraigned included two males, 20 year-old Odebiyi Yinka and Ayoola Samson, aged 20; and four females, Regina Philip, 40; Grace Odeh, 35; Cecillia Ochilli, 25 and Elizabeth Aukira, aged 24.
The charge sheet obtained by The Point reads, “That you Odebiyi Yinka and Ayoola Samson and others at large on or before July 5, at Erin-Osun conspired among yourselves and stole 1,600 fowls valued N1.5m, property of one Pastor (Mrs) Aluko Titilayo in Erin-Osun.

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