The Ghana police service on their twitter handle has released a communique on one John Darko who is wanted over stealing and conspiracy. The case of robbery has now become rampant in the country. Not long ago, there was an incident in Kasoa where two fully armed robbers were seen robbing a man from the bank in a full glare of passer-by but the victim was helpless because of the weapon. They shot him dead after collecting the money.
This is not the first time such incident has happened at the same place but its unfortunate the perpetrators have bolted. The police are trying are much as possible to arrest them. John Darko, whose court wallant was issued by the Tema circuit court is a 29 year old who is dark in complexion and 5.4ft tall.
According to the police, this man is wanted for conspiracy and stealing and anyone who will come across him should contact the marine ports and railways department in Tema or the nearest police station. They believe that, the suspect is hiding around Ashaiman, Oda or Accra. Numbers have also been provided to call in case John is seen anywhere. The numbers 0244372953 or 0266771021.
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