#EndSARS: Police arrest 520 in Lagos for looting, stealing during protests

The police in Lagos State have arrested five hundred and twenty suspected hoodlums, who looted properties during the # EndSARS protests in the state .

This was discussed on Tuesday by the state police boss, Hakeem Odumosu while parading the arrested suspects.

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The police in the state also recovered looted items including ‘: television sets, generator refrigerators, and other appliances.

Details later…

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