Police in the Upper West locale have shot dead two presumed outfitted burglars with one captured.
Three of the speculated furnished looters are right now on the run.
The third suspect, a 62-year-old Ebaldo Adams was captured and as of now is helping police in examinations.
As per police sources, the looters numbering around six, burglarized a gold vendor of a vague measure of cash.
Affirming the occurrence to columnists on Friday, Upper West Regional Police Commander, DCOP Francis Aboagye Nyarko said the order moved into the scene following a trouble call from the Assemblyman of the network.
"At the point when they [police] arrived the looters had prevailing with regards to taking a vague measure of cash from one gold seller named Beduma. Also, over the span of the theft, they began shooting aimlessly and two people were hit with a projectile; one kicked the bucket at the emergency clinic and the other is reacting to treatment", the police boss said.
"Luckily for us, we had the option to weapon down two men and in light of the [dark] idea of the backwoods, we went at sunrise to recover the dead body", DCOP Aboagye Nyarko said.
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