Chibunnam was captured with an associate, Prince Nnabugwu, who admitted that they had a place with an auto grabbing syndicate.
Parading the suspects at the Police Officers Mess in Umuahia, the state capital, the Commissioner of Police in Abia State, Leye Oyebade, said the suspects were captured subsequent to taking the Toyota Camry from where its proprietor stuffed it last Saturday.
He clarified that it was their 6th in the most recent couple of months, including that he typically sold the autos at 60,000 to one Maxwell who lived in Port Harcourt.
He said, "Maxwell reached me at some point a year ago to purchase my auto that I set available to be purchased, yet he didn't give me a decent cost for it, along these lines, I couldn't offer it to him. Be that as it may, when I stole an old model Toyota Camry a year ago, I called him to come and take the auto I stole.
Maxwell turned out to be more inspired by the business and gave me an expert key with which I could take Toyota Camry autos."
Chibunnam, who said he utilized the cash from the wrongdoing to reserve his 30-part church, notwithstanding, rebuked the fallen angel for his taking way of life.
Oyebade included that the suspects, who were captured on Sunday in view of a tip-off, admitted to have stolen six Toyota Camry autos from Aba and sold some of them to one Maxwell in Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital.
Chibunnam, who is the author of another era church distinguished as the Assembly of the Redeemed at Ohafia, said they didn't grab the auto, yet stole it from where it was stopped.
He guaranteed not to come back to wrongdoing on the off chance that he was sans set by the police.
Our reporter learnt that the proprietor of the stolen dark Camry Saloon had recouped it.
Then, the Abia State CP has cautioned offenders in the state to move, saying the summon would not yield in its war against guiltiness in the state.
The CP additionally instructed individuals with respect to people in general to buy their vehicles from just honest to goodness auto merchants.