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Tuesday, September 7, 2021

How Blood Stain On Man's Boxer Gave Him Away As Paedophile Suspect

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By Adekunle  Mariam,  Abeokuta

Bloodstained boxer of a - 64 year- old man, Ayotunde Taiwo has given him away while og frantic efforts to obliterate leftover evidence after allegedly defiling a two year old girl in Alagbado area of Ogun state. 

The suspect was caught while washing his bloodstain boxer after sexually assaulting the minor, according to the mother of the minor who stormed his apartment to confront him about the despicable act.  

The Police Spokesperson in Ogun State, Abimbola Oyeyemi, who disclosed this, said the suspect was arrested after the victim's mother reported the incident  at Agbado divisional headquarters on Tuesday. 

Abimbola said the girl's mother reported the crime in the morning at about 11am after she noticed that her daughter could not walk properly, and upon inspecting  her body, she found blood gushing out of her private part.

"The suspect was arrested following a complaint lodged at Agbado divisional headquarters by the mother of the victim, who reported that at about 11am of Tuesday 7th of September 2021, she noticed that her daughter can not walk well, and when she inspected her body, she saw blood gushing out of her private part. 

"When she asked her daughter about what happened to her, the little girl pointed to the house opposite their own house. On getting to the house, the suspect was met washing his blood stained boxer shot, indicating that he just had unlawful carnal knowledge of the little girl.

"Upon the report, the Dpo Agbado division, CSP Kehinde Kuranga details his detectives to the scene where the suspect was promptly arrested. The victim has been taken to hospital for medical treatment."

Meanwhile, the commissioner of police, CP Edward Awolowo Ajogun has ordered the immediate transfer of the suspect to Family Support Unit at Ota area command for further investigation and prosecution. 


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