CCTV Footage Showing Korle-Bu Bullion van Robbers in real life Finally Surfaces on Tuesday, June 29, 2021 at 5:12 PM by Ebenezer Quist. The Korle-Bu bullion van burglary that brought about the demise of cop, Emmanuel Osei, and a non military personnel was caught on CCTV camera. The joined film from various pieces of the town showed that the furnished looters had followed the van for an extensively prolonged stretch of time. It additionally uncovered the way that a portion of the subtleties that were prior given by observers were false. In a video that was shared on the YouTube channel of Pinax Tv, it was clarified that a recording was recorded by a retailer's CCTV camera near the site of the theft at James Town on June 14, 2021.
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In any case, it's anything but evident whether this specific film was from the retailer, as he prior would not give it out. In the video, the outfitted looters could be seen moving around various pieces of the district, riding behind the bullion van on one event and escaping away on another. Allowances drawn from the video recommend that the bullion van conveying the money that was looted was trailed by the furnished men for an extensively significant stretch of time. It likewise showed that the looters on the motorbikes wore protective caps, which is interestingly with past accounts by observers.
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