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Thank you for doing business with us, robbers tell victim who helped carry loot into vehicle

Some appreciative robbers expressed their gratitude to a victim in Imo State after they ordered him to carry his looted belongings with his wheelbarrow to their operational vehicles.

The victim, Nnamdi Madubuko, said the armed robbers told him, “Thank you, Mr Man, for doing business with us,” after he had helped them in packing the items they stole from him into their vehicle. They then zoomed off.

WuzupNigeria gathered that the incident happened around 1.27 am at Amakohia Uratta in the Owerri North Local Government Area of the state on Monday.

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Madubuko stated that the three armed robbers gained entrance into his residence, ordered him, his wife and three children to lie on the floor before gathering his plasma TV, CD player, speakers, tabletop refrigerator, mobile telephones, gas burner, cylinder and an undisclosed amount of money.

He said,

“In the wee hours, I heard a noise of door breakage and the armed robbers entered my house. We were ordered to lie down and very quickly, they started removing the items.

“We did not make any noise, because they threatened to shoot if we made any noise. I only rose from the forced slumber when I was asked if I had a wheelbarrow.

“With my wheelbarrow, I was forced to convey my belongings outside my residence and near the road, where they parked their operational vehicle.

“On getting there, I was told to help them put my belongings in the vehicle. But because there was no light, I couldn’t see the brand of the car they used or their faces.

“I packed my stolen belongings into the motor and they told me to go back with my wheelbarrow. On my way back, they drove off. They were professional and fearless as they carried out the operation without fear of molestation.”

Madubuko added that the robbers told him after he had helped them in packing the items into the vehicle, “Thank you, Mr Man, for doing business with us,” before they zoomed off.

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