A Young Man identified as Davison Osagie has been arrested after showing off a Car he bought with a fake bank transfer alert.

The young man fraudulently sent a fake bank alert and decided to show off his loot on his social media page.

He shared photos on Facebook page congratulating himself and his friends had cheered him on without knowing the impending doom.

Luck however ran out on Osagie after the management of the car shop declared him wanted after realizing they had been swindled.

Facebook user, Rose Mary, shared photos of Osagie and wrote ;

This criminal is still at large and very dangerous he is wanted by the Nigerian police 👮‍♂️ two of his friends has been arrested that is also on the photo with him ….and he is currently on the run 🏃‍♀️ he bought a Mercedes Benz that he is currently cruising with a Fake Alert 🚨anybody with useful information please send an Inbox

He has now been caught and handed over to the authorities.

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