A four-man armed robbery gang on February 22, 2017, stormed and attacked a Zenith Bank Owerri branch – Wetheral road Owerri, Imo state capital.
An attack that left three police men and five bank customers injured and one of the armed robbers dead.
We just received a CCTV footage from the attack and it will give you chills. Press play to watch below.
Nigeria police have since arrested the robbers.
The CCTV you are about to watch had captured the suspected robbers’ ring leader Justice Ogbonna, aka, JJ, and his gang arrive the bank during the attack on the said day in February.
They had trailed a bank customer to the Zenith bank branch on Wetheral Road, Owerri, the state capital.
In the video, you will see them shoot indiscriminately as they stormed the bank, attacked the customer and carted away the money which the victim wanted to deposit in the bank.
They reportedly shot the customer dead.
You will also see a brave plain-clothes MOPOL officer attached to the bank shoot dead one of the armed robbers whom the rest abandoned as they made their getaway.
After six weeks of investigation, ring leader – Justice Ogbenna, aka JJ, and getaway driver Okechukwu Onwuamaegbu– were arrested in Aba, Abia State by operatives of the Imo State Police Command during activities marking to mark JJ’s father’s burial.
Disturbing: CCTV footage of the Zenith Bank, Owerri, robbery attack that left 5 dead, surfaces . . The video of the robbery attack on Wednesday, February 23, 2017, at Zenith Bank, Owerri, Imo state, that left 5 people dead and several injured, has been released. . . The robbers had trailed a customer who came in to deposit a huge sum of money to the Zenith bank branch located along Wetheral Road, opposite Dan Anyiam Stadium in the city. . . Out of the five people who lost their lives was one of the robbers, 3 bank security agents and the customer who was trailed to the bank, seven other people were injured in the crossfire. The kingpin Justice Ogbonna, aka, JJ, was later arrested during his father’s burial, alongside the driver, Okechukwu Onwuamaegbu.