A Nigerian man accused of being part of a robbery gang in Monrovia, the Liberian capital, was caught after an alleged botched robbery on Monday August 15th, and was brutalized by an angry mob who descended on him.
Below is how a Liberian identified as Arrington Ballah, who shared the photos reported the story;
"This guy is alleged to be a member of a robbery group that has a black four-door pickup moving around Monrovia. Unfortunately, on Monday, August 15, 2016 they had an unsuccessful mission that led him to how you see him in this photo.
"Before I arrived on the scene, it was said that one of the guys managed to escape into the 72nd Community swamp (directly opposite the new health ministry in Congo Town with with the fire arm they use for operation. He was never found. However, the angry crowd managed to get this guy (believed to be a Nigerian National) and brutalized him as you can see.
"Thanks to the LNP for having this guy transferred to the Police Station and listening to my advice. The unidentified black car escaped and on lookers alleged that the car was taken off by on quote-un-quote white man. The young lady who was victimized, after being thrown out of the car, was rushed to the hospital for treatment. Hummmm! Liberia, Where are we now in terms of security?."