2 Sisters arrested after lacing man's drink to steal his car

2 Sisters arrested after lacing man's drink to steal his car

- Two female Cameroonians have been arrested for allegedly spiking a man's drink

- The sisters allegedly laced the drink of a man to make him sleep while they stole from him

- Yamba Kinloga Lauren Raissa and her sister Ngo Dingom Yolande Viave stole the victim's car and sold it for around R60,000

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Two sisters from Cameroon, Yamba Kinloga Lauren Raissa and Ngo Dingom Yolande Viave, were arrested by the operatives of a special tactical squad for allegedly stealing a man's car after poisoning him.

It was gathered that the sisters laced the victim's drink with something that made him sleep for two days straight. They were said to have stolen the man's car after he dozed off.

According to The Nation, they laced the man's drink after he stood up to use the toilet. It was said that the victim woke up after two days to find out that his car had been stolen.

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The sisters allegedly sold the car in Nigeria and sold it for around R60,000. One of the suspects was identified in a parade on Wednesday, September 11, assisted by police

Mba said: “Yamba Kinloga and her sister Ngo Yolande took his Lexus ES 350 with registration number YAB 736 NY and drove off to unknown destinations.

“Our operatives acting on credible intelligence arrested the suspects on the 18th August 2019 at about 1000hrs at Jos, Plateau state while attempting to flee the country.”

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Briefly.co.za learnt that one of the suspects said that they met the man in Abuja after he stopped to give them a ride. They went out for a drink after talking on the phone for days.

Viave said: “I am sorry for what I have done. It is my first time engaging in this kind of crime. I don’t know what took over me.”

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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