Following a court warrant, the Ghana Police Service has declared a 40 - year - old man wanted for robbery. In a notice posted on all social media platforms, the police have asked members of the general public who have information that could lead to his arrest to report to any nearby police station.
In a detail description of the suspect, the police says the man is named Inusah Laaya. He is dark in complexion, fat and stands at five feet six inches tall and has black hair. The suspect was last seen in March 2021 in Techiman, Bono East regional capital. The suspect is wanted in connection with a robbery incident that happened months back. He is believed to be hiding in Kumasi, Sunyani or Wa in the Upper West region.
Ghana is currently facing upsurge in violent crimes including robbery and the police reckons they may not be able to successfully combat crime unless with full cooperation and support of the citizens. The law enforcement agency continuous therefore to urge the public to report crimes, any unusual person or activities going in their communities.
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