A gang of robbers have been arrested following an invasion into a private hospital in Ogun State, Nigeria in an attempt to steal.

The three suspects were reported to have been arrested after attacking the hospital and stealing from patients and staff present.

According to the Ogun State Police Command Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, who confirmed the incident, the robbers dispossessed victims of their belongings as well as subjecting them to mental torture.


He said a distress call was made to the Ibafo Division, and in quick response, the Divisional Police Officer, Abiodun Ayinde, led the anti-robbery squad to the scene but the gang on sighting the police took to their heels and escaped into a nearby bush.

Oyeyemi added that the police did not relent in efforts to apprehend the runaway suspects, who were later arrested where they were hiding in Shamawa town in Sagamu Local Government Area of the state.

The suspects are identified as 25-year-old Folarin Azeez (aka Hyper), Temitope Bolariwa (aka Tincan), 24 years and Kolade Ahmed, 20years.

Items recovered after their arrest are 12 different brands of Android phones and iPhones as well as wrist watches.