Taking of something of value from another person using force or violence or the threat of force or violence (Robbery) has become abundant in Ghana.
Three armed robbers has been caught be the Ghana police officers in Ashaiman in greater Accra.
According to the Adom TV reporter, the robbers snatched iPhone 12 pro from a man in his car making call. And the man track the phone where ever they sent the phone to.
The man track the phone to Ashaiman Zongo, but before that he reported to the police at Ashaiman and the police command sent his two officers to escort the man to wherever this armed robbers are, they track the phone a self-contained house and the police office rushed and find this three armed robbers namely John Hackman, Prince Boadicea, and Joe.
There was a center table in the room where they keep all the stolen items, there are alot of electrical gadgets.
The Police officers arrested them to Ashaiman police station, and according to the reporter if you know you have been robbed in Ashaiman or Adenta ,you can go and check whether your item is part or not at Ashaiman police station.
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