Crime activities in the country are seeing no end but it seems there has been a reduction recently. Just recently, some notorious armed robbers were gunned down by the anti-robbery task force of the police whilst a bank worker has been arrested for assisting armed robbers to carry out their operations. Anytime these criminals strike, the police are ready to make sure their activities are unsuccessful.
Despite all these achievements, there are still some recalcitrant criminals who are disturbing the peace of innocent Ghanaians. The sad aspect about these criminals is that they relocate to other communities after their act to avoid being arrested. Three of such stubborn criminals are currently in serious trouble after the Ghana Police Service declared them wanted.
The three, include Henry Nii Palm Okai, 38 years, Osmanu Ibrahim who is popularly known as OC also 38 years, and Awudu Buju who is also 43 years. Henry Nii Palm has been declared wanted for defrauding by false pretense. The dark young man is believed to be hiding in Kumasi, Accra, and its adjourning communities. Osmanu Ibrahim is also on the run after he aided in a conspiracy to commit a crime and murder. He has since not been seen after he committed the crime. Awudu Buju has also been declared wanted for committing murder.
All these criminals have been declared wanted and the public is being asked to provide assistance for their arrests. Their pictures have been circulated by the Ghana Police Service and that puts the three stubborn criminals in serious trouble. Now, most Ghanaians will be on the lookout and anywhere they are spotted the police will be informed. Their movements across the country will be monitored and their arrest will now be easier.
Followers of the Ghana Police Service Facebook page have vowed to ensure the criminals whose images have been made available are arrested as soon as possible. It is unfortunate that people commit serious crimes and seek refuge in another place. It is a clear indication that they are guilty of the crime and are scared to face the laws of the country but trust the Ghana Police Service to do their job. The publication of their images has landed them in serious trouble.
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