The Police have captured four suspects accepted to have been associated with the bullion van theft assault at James Town in Accra which brought about the homicide of a cop and a mother-of-two.
The suspects are Collins Addae otherwise known as Kekye from Akim-Swedru; Ebenezer Gyimah, also known as Peace and Musa Kamara, 26; with his sibling Suleman Ketah, 26 years of age pseudonym 69, both from Guinea. They are supposed to be on Police needed rundown.
As indicated by a report by Daily Guide, the police had gotten data that the suspects were stowing away in Kyebi in the Eastern Region after they announced them needed after the theft occurrence.
The suspects were therefore captured at their safe-houses at a mining site upon data accumulated by the CID Headquarters in Accra.
The suspects, with one right now everywhere, have for certain months been threatening occupants in Kibi, Akyem Tafo, Osiem, Anyinasin, and its environs.
Be that as it may, last week, upon data the police captured, suspect Ebenezer Gyimah moniker Peace in Kyebi – Zongo yet he figured out how to escape in cuffs while driving the Police to the next presumes' hideaways.
He was subsequently gotten on Saturday evening, with the three others as Musah Kamara endeavored to escape however was shot in the left knee and hence overwhelmed by the Police.
He was hurried to the Kyebi government medical clinic where he is on affirmation under police monitor and will later be moved with his associates to the Police central command.
The Police in an articulation asked general society to help their work by offering valid data to help police examinations. "The Police keep on encouraging people in general to help our work of guaranteeing the wellbeing of networks with tenable data. Sources are guaranteed of the strictest classification," the assertion said.
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