“The Accra Police Command has arrested 52 suspects in ‘a special operation’ to annihilate violent crimes ahead of the Easter celebration.”
In a Tweet, the Ghana Police Service announced thirteen (13) motorbikes, stolen mobile phones and contraband were retrieved in today’s operation.
“On Thursday ahead of Easter, 52 suspects were arrested… Motorbikes numbering 13, some unregistered were impounded”
“Some mobile phones suspected to have been stolen were also retrieved in addition to substances believed to be contraband”, the post said. The operation took place Kotobabi Wembley, Circle Neoplan Station and Adabraka Sahara.
In all, forty-four (44) motorbikes have been impounded by the Accra Police Command after thirty-one were seized by the East Legon District yesterday 31st March, 2021 for various offences, the tweet revealed.
“The suspects are undergoing screening for further action. Due processes are being followed.”
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