•Recover guns, nine stolen vehicles
*(If your vehicle was stolen and among the ones bellow, you can reclaim it if you had reported to the police the day of the incident)*
OYO State Police Commissioner, Baba Adisa Bolanta, yesterday paraded a man, David Olatubosun, and his son, Abiodun, who were arrested at Mikky Spot, Randa Area of Ogbomoso, following the discovery of a stolen Toyota Camry car with registration number CV 756 MUS recently snatched at gun point in Lagos. Upon the tracking down of the said vehicle, Bolanta said his men also discovered another eight brands of vehicles while searching the house at Iyalode's compound of the town.
Bolanta said the vehicles recovered in the house of the Olatubosuns included a Nissan Sports Utility Vehicle (CE 434 KSF), Toyota Camry (CF 256 RSH), Toyota Corolla (EM 562 ABJ), Honda Accord (AJ 681 LRN), Toyota Corolla (BV 848 APP), an unregistered CRV Real Time SUV, a Toyota Sienna Bus (BK 259 KUJ) and Honda Jeep CRV (DD 201 LSD).
The police boss, who paraded all the vehicles alongside the suspects, also explained the discovery of two AK 47 rifles belonging to the police buried on a farmland in Ogbomoso area of the State.
Bolanta said one Sunday Adeleye, a farmer informed the Area Commander's office in the area of the discovery of the two riffles on his farm at Aaga village while he was making ridges.
Checks by our correspondent revealed that the two rifles are with these numbers; 535653 and 3604188 with their magazines containing 30 and 28 rounds respectively which were buried in the forest.
He said his men stormed the area where they recovered the above arms and ammunition buried and covered with bush.
The recovered arms painted in police colours, according to the police boss, are still serviceable.
He said his command have stepped up investigation on the two matters, assuring the public that the police would continue to live up to its billing of protecting the lives and property of the citizens.