The Upper East Regional Police Command has caught three presumed outfitted looters at their refuges in Pelungu and Dakota.
The suspects, Maxwell Ziaba, assumed name Strongman, Bodozina Awudu, pseudonym Network Absorber, and Yidaana Shamshudeen, were gotten for their supposed association in a few thefts in the Nabdam and Zebilla Districts of the Upper East Region.
A few things found on the suspects at the hour of the capture incorporate one privately made gun, three cartridges of ammo, one twofold edged blade, two unregistered Motorbikes, five gold identifiers, and five cell phones.
As indicated by the police, the suspects have conceded their inclusion in the burglary of certain people at Tarkwa and Obuasi mining networks close to Tongo and Gbane in the Talensi District of the Upper East Region.
This is in accordance with the Regional Police Command's reconnaissance to guarantee that we capture lawbreakers particularly brutal ones including burglaries both roadway and private. It is our expectation that the capture of these suspects and numerous others, will help in our mission to guarantee that rough violations don't exist in the Upper East Region said .The Upper East Regional Police Public Relations Officer ASP David Fianko-Okyere.
The Command additionally encouraged inhabitants of the district to consistently give data to them to help in the battle against wrongdoing for their own wellbeing.
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