It was an instance of lovely equity for a four-man equipped burglary posse as one of them shot one of his partners to death as they made edgy endeavors to escape crowd activity in Yenegoa, the Bayelsa state capital, on Monday night.
The episode, which occurred at around 8pm along the Imgbi Road, Amarata, came few days after the killing of a 17-year-old understudy of the Niger Delta University by presumed religion individuals.
The four young fellows, suspected to be clique individuals, purportedly raged two markets inverse an original put money on Imgbi Road, with privately made handguns and burglarize the proprietor of one of the grocery stores at gunpoint.
Fortunes anyway ran out on them as their endeavor to enter the other store was obstructed by the dauntlessness of one of the occupants, who pulled a stone at them and pulled in more inhabitants, who supposedly gave them a pursuit.
As they were escaping the scene in a tricycle, a man driving a SUV crashed into the tricycle from behind, making it to tumble close to the bank premises.
Observers said it was the gunfire of one of the criminals, in his edginess to get away, that hit his partner, who was the driver of the tricycle.
While the three others scaled a fence to get away, the one hit by the shot was not able departure and was caught, yet seeped to death before the police could arrive.
At the point when our journalist got to the scene of the episode, the body of the dead individual from the group was still on the ground, while a privately made hand weapon and the tricycle utilized for the activity were recuperated by the crowd and gave over to the police.
Whenever reached, the representative for the state Police Command, DSP Butswat Asinim, did not pick his telephone and did not get back to as of the season of recording this report.