Thieves Break into a Car Parked in Front of Court Premises, Steal Money, Photos Emerge

Thieves Break into a Car Parked in Front of Court Premises, Steal Money, Photos Emerge


  • A Nigerian lady has warned people about the dangers of leaving money inside their cars as she shared what happened to someone close to her
  • The lady explained that the owner of a car parked at the entrance of a court and before he returned, robbers had broken in and made away with some cash
  • Photos of the car shared on the internet showed that the car windows were smashed to gain access to it
  • Although the amount stolen was not made known, the story has got internet users talking with many expressing shock that such could happen close to a court

The temple of justice was recently touched when thieves forcibly gained access into a car parked close to court premises and made away with some cash. Comments on the story suggest the incident happened in Calabar.

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The photos of the incident have been shared on Facebook and many have expressed shock that such an act could be committed close to a court.

Thieves break into a car parked in court, steal cash
The thieves broke the windows and took the cash. Photo credit: Ebeyin Ikpi Eyong
Source: Facebook

Car windows smashed

The photos shared on Facebook showed the car windows smashed and shards of glasses could be seen on the seats.

Sharing the photos, Ebeyin Ikpi Eyong wrote on Facebook:

“This might help someone out there. Be careful out there guy’s, please don’t leave money in your car’s, it’s crazy. This car was parked in front of the court, like just by the entrance of the court office, b4 the owner came back to the car in minutes, some criminals broke into the car and made away with some huge amount of money.”

See the post below:

Social media users react

Many people who saw the post reacted as follows:

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Prince Maurice Edem said:

“He sure was followed.. it’s a cashless society now. Less cash less stress.”

Grace Asuquo reacted:

“I feel so bad about this,in Calabar no security.”

Eunice Ekpo commented:

“I don’t doubt you because it happened to my dad.”

Ugbe Bright Agiounim commented:

“This has been happening over the years, it happened to my husband years back. I learned they have syndicates in the banks. Be careful how you carry cash around pls.”

Thieves break into a man’s compound, take parts of his car away

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that thieves entered a man’s compound and took away some parts of his car.

The lady who shared the story wondered how the thieves were able to pull off the act because she said vigilantes were always around the street.

Many who reacted to the story were shocked by the act.

Source: Legit.ng





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