Robbery cases in the country is becoming out of hands as day in day out we hear issues of that sort. A video has been sighted on Angel FM Facebook handle showing a man who has been busted for failed robbery attempt. According to the reports, the incident happened at Teacher Mante in the Eastern Region of Ghana.
The driver in his team went to a small village at night to attack an animal farmer caretaker who rears pigs, poultry and cattle. Upon their arrival, they attacked the caretaker and cut his hand with a machete. After that, they took his wife and children and tie them so that they can get access to loot the animals.
They were able to take over 1000 pigs, hundreds of cattle and poultry and decided to leave the robbery scene. Their plan didn't go well as people living in the area got a hint gathered themselves and decided to follow them. They were able to locate them but some of them were able to run away. Unfortunately, the driver was caught. When they decided to interrogate him, he couldn't give an accurate details which made them to beat him and cut his hand and thigh so he can't run away.
They were able to rescue the animals and burnt the vehicle into ashes. Had it not been the timely intervention of the police, he would have lost his life to the assault of the area men. The farmer who was attacked has been sent to the hospital for treatment while police is investigating the issue.
Source: Angel News
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