Ghana Police Service has arrested Constable Yakubu Abubakar of the Counter Terrorism -Unit (CTU) for leading robbery gang and causing harm. According to the preliminary investigation by the police, Constable Yakubu Abubakar lead a team of five to attack Sampson Gyamfi who was together with some friends seated at Soldier Bar.
The police indicated that Yakubu Abubakar ordered Sampson Gyamfi to hand over keys and documents to his black Chevrolet. Upon refusal to do so, Constable Yakubu Abubakar forcibly took the keys from him and pounced on him to beat him and also took a gold chain which worth GHS 2,400 from one of his friends Philip Teye.
Sampson Gyamfi was able to escape and ran to a police check point near to him and narrated what transpired. The police intervened and arrested Constable Yakubu Abubakar and Kwesi Darko while others are currently on the run. Upon the arrest the police found a pair of handcuff, police ID card and the complaint's keys.
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