An arrest has allegedly been made by the police department in Accra after a policeman who was escorting a bullion van got shot in the head and died on the spot.
The unfortunate incident that happened was around James Town yesterday adding to the wounds of the national police department.
The police promised to probe further into the killing of the police officer and have so far allegedly arrested one suspect who is believed to be currently at police custody facing interrogations.
It is clear, that the Police Department is doing a great job to combat crime and will need the support of the masses especially those with evidence to help make more arrests.
The inspector general of police yesterday made it clear to all respective banks to get proper bullion vans by the end of June.
So far, seven policemen have been confirmed dead in a space of three weeks after one was found dead in the Ashanti regional capital of Kumasi today.
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