Ever since COP Dampare was appointed as Inspector General Of Police, the fortunes of Ghana in terms of security have changed. Politicians from both parties shower praises on him for maintaining and restoring the original sanity in the Service and bringing in plausible and ingenious initiatives.
Today, the Ghana Police Service has updated the general public on the fresh move. They disclosed that some people robbed a 33-year-old woman of 29 Ghana cedis today at gunpoint at Apenkwa. As small as the amount may be, the resort to use arms on an innocent woman calls for alarm.
The Ghana Police Service declared that they are ready to pursue three suspects who are alleged to be behind the robbery.
"The Police in Accra are seriously pursuing three persons for allegedly robbing a 33-year-old woman off 29 cedis today at gunpoint. The victim escaped unhurt, however, a bystander sustained some injuries and is responding to treatment. We want to assure the public that these criminals can run but they cannot hide. We will get them", Ghana Police Service.
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