The rate of armed robbers are increasing in the various Regions in Ghana. Armed robbers are causing stir in the communities and also wasting the lives of the people. Due to the high rate of robbery, the civilians are now scared to step out and also if night falls, they start shivering because they fear that, an armed robber will attack and murder them.
Just recently, armed robbers believed in themselves to the extend of attacking polices with ammunitions and weapons. The polices retaliated and as a results, Two (2) robbers were shot dead while the others were arrested.
However, a 22-year old lady, Sheriffa Yakubu is an apprentice in hairdressing. She was from Kumasi Academy Senior High School heading to Asokore Mampong but unfortunately, four (4) robbers stabbed and snatched her handbag. She was immediately rushed to Manhyia Government Hospital but died shortly on arrival.
The four (4) suspected robbers have been arrested in the police custody for investigations. The names of the suspect are; Kofi Poku, Dennis Atta Asamoah Senior, Dennis Atta Asamoah Junior and Edward Asante.
Check out the photos of the robbers below.
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