The suspects, whose ages range from 16 to 21 years, were arrested by policemen on patrol of the area on Saturday.
The suspects who gave their names as Joshua Teboda (20), Ayebatoyefa Godspower (18), Biekuromo Godspower (16) and Evans Obuju (21), are residents of Trinity Church Road, Agbura.
A statement by the Police Public Relation Officer in the state, Asinim Butswat, said the items recovered from them included two 60-inch plasma television, two LG sound speakers, two pressing irons, two DVD players, one battle axe and other household items.
The statements read in part, “On December 21, 2018 around 4.45am, policemen arrested one Joshua Teboda, 20; Ayebatoyefa Godspower, 18; Biekuromo Godspower, 16; and Evans Obuju, 21, all male of Trinity Church Road, Agbura.
“Items recovered from the suspects include two 60-inch plasma televisions, two LG sound speakers, two pressing irons, two DVD players, one battle axe and other household items.
“The suspects confessed to the crime and were linked to other robbery cases in Yenagoa metropolis. Investigation is ongoing and they will soon be charged to court.”
The police spokesman added that following complaints of burglary and stealing in the metropolis, the new Commissioner of Police, Aminu Saleh, had charged the Tactical Commanders and Divisional Police Officers to intensify operations to curb the menace. SHARE THIS STORY USING ANY OF THE BUTTON BELOW ⬇ PLACE YOUR TEXT ADVERT BELOW ⬇⬇⬇