The Eastern Regional Police Command have finally arrested a dangerous armed robbery and murder suspect who they have pursued for sometime now. Godstrong Tettey, who was on the police wanted list for alleged murder, car-snatching cases and violent landguard activities was arrested at Adeiso in the Eastern Region following months of surveillance.
According to a police statement, the suspect had become notorious when he was seen in a widely circulated video on social media, brandishing a pistol. Police intelligence led to his capture at Adeiso and items retrieved included two pump action guns, one locally manufactured pistol and one new foreign-manufactured pistol.
The operation that led to the arrest of the suspect forms part of the Police Administrations’ resolve to weed out criminals from the society. The statement assured that such intelligence-led preventive policing and strategic operations will continue and has commended the general public for enhanced partnership in fighting crime. The public have also been urged to continue to report suspecting individuals and activities in their areas to the police.
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