Lagos Police Command investigates N3.4m theft in Justice Ministry

Kenneth Nwosu. Photo; informationng

Kenneth Nwosu. Photo; informationng

The Lagos State Police Command on Monday said it had commenced investigation into the alleged stealing of N3.4 million in the state Ministry of Justice.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that some staff are currently being interrogated by the police over the alleged stealing.

The command’s Spokesman, DSP Kenneth Nwosu, who confirmed this in an interview with NAN, said some staff and security personnel of the ministry were also arrested in connection with the theft.

“The burglars accessed the cash office on the sixth floor through the roof top and stole the sum of N3.4million, withdrawn to the cash office on Thursday.

“Security men on duty and some staff are currently undergoing interrogation,” Nwosu said.

“It was a case of office breaking and stealing overnight reported at about 2 p.m. on Friday,” he said.

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