Nigerian Born United Nations worker Reportedly Arrested for Alleged Trace of bank robberies in New York

A 53-year-old Nigerian man who works at
the United Nations was arrested in
connection with a string of bank robberies
in Manhattan, over the past month and a
half, law enforcement sources tell News 4
New York. The NYPD’s Major Case Squad
arrested Abdullahi Shuaibu, of Queens, on
Monday, April 17th, at his office at the
Foreign Press Centers across from the
United Nations building.
Police believe he robbed banks while on
work breaks.
Law enforcement sources say Shuaibu
robbed a HSBC bank at 40th Street and
Third Avenue on Monday and then returned
to work shortly before he was arrested. They
say he’s wanted in at least three other bank
robberies.
Shuaibu is listed as a communication
specialist at the U.N. He apparently works
for the Panapress News Agency out of
Nigeria. A photo on Facebook shows him
shaking hands with a U.N. official inside the
General Assembly. Police believe he’s the
man who robbed a Santander Bank on
Madison Avenue on Feb. 27, a Bank of
America on Third Avenue on March 13, and
a Santander Bank on Third Avenue on
March 27. In each of the robberies, the
suspect passed a note to a clerk demanding
money.
Police charged Shuaibu with two counts of
robbery and two counts of attempted
robbery

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