The Ghana Police Service have announced that a young man who is beleived to be 29 years of age is wanted by the Police.
Details of the wanted person whose name has been given as John Darko was posted on the official Facebook page of the Ghana Police @Ghana Police Service on Wednesday, 31st March, 2021.
In describing the wanted man, the post revealed that he is a male, aged 29 years, with 5.4m height. He has also been described as having round face, stout in stature, a s dark in complexion.
The post noted that the suspect, against whom an arrest warrant has been issued by the Tema Circuit Court is wante for conspiracy and stealing. According to the post by the Police, the suspect is beleived to be hiding in Ashaiman, Accra or Oda.
The Ghana Police therefore urged the general public and anyone with information about the suspect to contact Maritime Ports and Railways Department-Tema or the nearest Police Station, or call 0244372953 or 0266771021.
Below is the post as sighted on the official Facebook page of Ghana Police Service.
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