Juliana Francis

Homicide detectives attached to the Oyo State Police Command have discovered the bloody remains of a 17 years old girl who went missing while going to church.

According to the State’s Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Adewale Osifeso, the deceased, identified as Apanpa Ifeoluwa, was found beside a Bible School at Olodo Area, with bloody genitalia, coupled with signs of struggling, which police felt indicated being manhandled before her eventual untimely death.

Osifeso said: “On Friday,  16th August 2022 at about 8:30 PM, the Command through Operatives attached to Iyana-Offa Divisional Police Headquarters were intimated about the sudden disappearance of Ifeoluwa, a 17 years old female who according to the report left for church at about 4:PM and was yet to return home. A search party was immediately organised to demystify all possible angles to the disappearance, while this was ongoing, a call was placed to the parents of the deceased by an unknown caller stating clearly the deceased had been abducted. Preliminary investigation reveals that the lifeless body of the deceased who was later found beside a Bible School at Olodo Area, with bloody genitalia, coupled with signs of struggling might have been manhandled before her eventual untimely death. In addition to the above, the Command has in its custody through diligent technological driven intelligence and investigation Kolade Tosin 20, who has voluntarily confessed to committing the sinister action. Investigation continues as the case is closely monitored by the State Criminal Investigation Department with the assurances of immediate updates as soon as we have them at our disposal,” said Osifeso.



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