The police have arrested 788 bikes riders in a one of a kind operation in the Accra metropolis, to crack down on crookactivities.
The Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the Accra Regional Police Command, Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Effia Tenge, who disclosed this to the Ghanaian Times, in Accra, yesterday, stated the bikes of the suspects have been impounded.
She gave the breakdown of the bikes impounded through the police as Weija, 35, motorcycle, Sowutuom, 42, East Legon, 42, Cantonments, 21, Odorkor, 51, Adenta, 33, and Nima, 70.
The others are Ministries, 23, Kpeshie, 35, Ngleshie Amanfro, 18, Ayimensah/Abokobi, 16; Accra Central, 18; LA,25; Anyaa, 40; Mamprobi, 30; Dansoman police, 79, Okpoi Gonno police, 23, Lakeside police, 16, Adabraka police, 9, Madina, 55, Jamestown, 25, Kotobabi, 41, and Sakumono, 24.
DSP Tenge said, in any other development, the police arrested Tony Hounjeoe, a Togolese, at Nungua, in Accra.
She stated a search on him published a pistol a hacksaw blade, a wheel spanner, a cutter, a pair of scissors and 20 GH¢50.00 notes suspected to be counterfeit.
DSP Tenge stated Hounjeoe in the enterprise of two others, now at large, onboard a Nissan Primera taxi cab with registration range ER 2343 U, was onecestopped at the Nungua checkpoint.
She stated the suspects had been taken to National Operations Department at the National Police Headquarters for investigations.
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