Ghana has been experiencing at lot of robbery lately, making people very scared.
Following the robbery of the bullion van at James Town which lead to the death of the escorting officer and a pregnant woman leaving the driver injured.
It has been reported that there were two other ladies who where also in the bullion van but was not attacked by the rubbers.
These two ladies are believed to be tellers of the bank which was transferring the money.
Ghana police service has been edged to arrest these tellers and interrogate them.
Am ex convict who seems to be familiar with this type of robbery, speaking on Kasapa FM 102.4 said the police have to arrest the two tellers who were in the Bullion Van.
This is because the officer and the pregnant woman were shot so there will be no witness but this two ladies who happened to be in the Bullion Van were left unharmed.
Most cases the bank workers are all part of the plan.
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