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IKEJA, LAGOS STATE, NIGERIA - For allegedly stealing a Jeep alongside other valuables from a man she met at Shoprite, a 23-year-old Deborah Nwachukwu, is currently being kept in correctional custody.

As of the time of filing this report, what is not clear remains the relationship between the duo.

But the complainant had put up the claim that he had invited Deborah Nwachukwu for a house cleaning work for a sum to the tune of N20,000.

Deborah Nwachukwu however claimed to the contrary, insisting that the invitation was sexual in nature.

But Deborah Nwachukwu admitted to the fact that she stole the jeep, two Samsung Phones, perfumes and some cash.

Deborah Nwachukwu was however arrested by men from Ikeja Police Station consequent upon a complaint that Deborah Nwachukwu, who resides at 19, Irewale Street, Ipade area, Lagos, had stolen a Toyota Jeep, two Samsung S10, Wrist watch, designer perfume and some cash from one Patrick at MKO Street off Toyin Street, Ikeja, Lagos State, Nigeria.

The alleged theft was said to have taken place on October 20, 2019 at about 2am.

Patrick had specifically claimed that Deborah Nwachukwu made away with his valuables when he was sleeping.

Patrick had equally claimed that he extended an invitation to Deborah Nwachukwu for the purposes of cleaning up the house for him.

However, Deborah Nwachukwu, had insisted that the invitation was not just for cleaning of the house, but for sexual reasons.

Deborah Nwachukwu was arrested by detectives led by the Divisional Police Officer (DPO), Ikeja Police Station, CSP Gbenga Ogunsaki,and recovered the allegedly stolen items.

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