We reported earlier on the arrest of some robbers believed to be the same group who have been terrorizing people of the Greater Accra region with daring daylight robberies.
The latest update is that they have died at Ashaiman. According to a statement issued by the police, the suspects, Mujahid Abubakar and Joseph Dagodzo led a police crime-combat team to their hideout Zeno at Ashaiman to arrest the other accomplices. But per the report, the police came under a heavy attack from criminals in the hideout. The police team returned fire accordingly. As this was ongoing, the two arrested suspects attempted to escape but according to the report, they were caught in the exchange of fire and they died.
We reported earlier that Two young men, suspected to be armed robbers have been arrested by the police in Sege in the Ada-West district of the Greater Accra region.
The two, Mujahid Abubakar and Joseph Dagodzo were on a motorbike when they were pursued by the Sege Night Patrol team of the Ghana police. The police team prior to that had received information that some young men on two motorbikes were spotted at Koluedor road heading towards Accra around 2:50am. The two Royal motorbikes had registration numbers M-20-GE-7215 and M-20-GT- 4299.
During the raid, their suspected arms dealer was also arrested. Posted below is the statement from the police.
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