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Report just coming to us has revealed that two young men were arrested for buying stolen laptop in the city of Lagos.


The police in Lagos state have arrested a 27-year-old Adejagun Babatunde and 20-year-old Lawal Wasiu – for allegedly receiving a stolen laptop from two teenage burglars for N2,000.
The Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Edgal Imohimi, on Wednesday, said the case was worrisome because minors were involved.
Imohimi said: “The command’s operatives attached to the Ejigbo Police Division on September 2, 2018, arrested two teenagers (names withheld), aged 13 and 14, who specialised in breaking into people’s shops.
“Luck ran out on them when they burgled a shop at Block 397, Jakande Estate, Ejigbo, and made away with one generator valued at N15,000; one HP laptop, valued at N90,000; one amplifier, valued at N40,000; and one CD mixer, valued at N150,000.
“The police have arrested their adult collaborators, 27-year-old Adejagun Babatunde, and 20-year-old Lawal Wasiu. The two adults bought the stolen HP laptop for N2,000 only. The adult suspects will have their day in court, while the child offenders will be handed over to the gender section for appropriate action.”
One of the teenage burglars said he took the laptop inside an opened shop, adding that he was accompanied by his friend to a complex at Ejigbo where they were paid N2,000 for the laptop.
The second teenage suspect said he was only involved in selling the laptop.
The buyer of the laptop, Babatunde, said he got to know the boys through Wasiu.
He said: “Wasiu came to me that the two children wanted to sell a laptop. They told me that they wanted to sell the laptop because they were hungry, adding that the laptop belonged to their brother, who was no longer a deejay.”
Wasiu said: “The two boys said they were hungry and that I should give them money. I told them that I did not have money and I directed them to Babatunde.”