A Video shared on Twitter by user @Naija_PR showed a police van involved In a car chase that ended up crushing a customer’s vehicle.
The incident was very unfortunate and happened because The police officers mistook a mechanic for an “internet fraudster.”
The Video footage quickly went Viral on Social media. It showed The police van chasing a vehicle on a busy street.
During The chase, The police van collided With a parked car that belonged to a customer who had brought it to The mechanic’s workshop for repairs.
The police officers mistook The mechanic, who was test-driving The customer’s vehicle, for a suspect involved In fraudulent activities.
They believed They were pursuing a criminal and engaged In a high-speed chase that resulted In a collision With The innocent customer’s car.
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Reports says it happened today (17th of May,2023) at Molipa road Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State
The police thought The driver was a yahoo boy but it was actually a mechanic that was taking The vehicle for repairs. Twitter.com/PoliceNG_CRU?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>@PoliceNG_CRU pic.Twitter.com/sSfMNZ7vbq
— Aláshelà (@TheYemiKing) Twitter.com/TheYemiKing/status/1658875846596149254?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>May 17, 2023
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