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Resident at Denkyira Akwaaboso in the upper West District in the central region part of Ghana has yesterday killed five suspected armed robbers for attempting robbery in community.
The Upper Denkyira West District Police Commander ASP Ernest Agyakum says, that had information that some members in the community have killed five suspected armed robbers and when they rushed to the scene found the deceased sustaining various degrees of injuries in a pool of blood dead.
Speaking in an interview with cape coast based FM station reporter, Anaafi Kokooto, he disclosed that the rate at which robbery and other criminal activities is going on in the district is fearsome but want to assure the resident to keep calm as the Police is doing whatever they can to curb the canker.
The bodies of the suspected armed robbers have been deposited in Sefwi Bekwai Public Hospital Morgue for preservation and autopsy while the police has started investigation into the matter.
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