The Ghana Police service has finally released the faces of two convicted armed robbers who have been on the police wanted list for some time now.
The convicts have been on the police wanted list for multiple robberies in the Dunkwa-On-Offin municipality and its environs.
According to the report from the Ghana Police service, the two robbers have been sentenced to 20 and 10 years jail terms with severe labour. There are several robbery cases currently against them before the courts. One of such cases was decided on August 3, 2022, leading to their conviction and subsequent sentencing.
The two robbers were found in connection with multiple robberies. They were arrested by the Police at Abesewa, a suburb of Dunkwa-On-Offin in the Central Region. The report said the two convicts were involved in five separate robbery attacks. Victims came forward to identify them and some stolen properties of the victims have been retrieved from them.
Their names are Sumaila Nketia alias Last Two and Kwabena Nyameke alias Kalilu.
The Service noted that they are grateful to the Central Regional Police Commander and his team for the investigation, arrest and successful prosecution of this case.
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