A twenty-year-old jobless man has gotten away from death from a furious crowd at Gomoa Abudan in the Gomoa East District of the Central Region.
The man is affirmed to have grabbed an engine from a rider, however karma escaped him as he was gotten and assaulted by the irate crowd.
The rider as per RainbowRadio's Nana Yaw Asare requested for the assistance of the rider however throughout the excursion, assaulted and denied him of his bicycle.
Karma anyway evaded him as he was gotten by an irate horde numbering more than 100.
The District Police Commander DSP Osei Fofei affirmed the occurrence saying they got an area call, conveyed officials to the scene however their men couldn't deal with the circumstance in light of the fact that the horde dwarfed them.
He said the crowd pelted stones at police requesting that the suspect is left for them to murder him.
The official who was attached he said has been dealt with and released.
Then, he has prompted the presume who assaulted the police to report himself at the police headquarters.
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