According to the Central Regional Police Command, a dismissed military officer and three other persons has been arrested for robbery.
DSP Irene Serwaa Oppong, who is the Public Relations Officer of the Central Regional Police Command has affirmed, they received a a call that, sand winning workers has been attacked and robbed. After an investigation by the police, the Police proceeded to the Nai Atopi Palace and arrested suspects, namely; Arthur Emmanuel, Isaac Appiah, a dismissed military officer, Corporal Kwame Ampaw and Bash Sulley.
DSP Irene Serwaa Oppon, also held that, they were able to retrieved 1300+ Ghana cedis,11 mobile phones, and a gun.
Moreover, during the robbery, five persons had gunshot wounds and was rushed to the Trauma and Specialist Hospital for treatment at Winneba. Fortunately, no one died.
The Public Relations Officer of the Central Regional Police Command, DSP Irene Serwaa Oppong made the above mentioned revelations in Citi Tv news
THE PICTURES BELOW ARE THE FOUR SUSPECT'S
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