Some suspected Armed robbers have been arrested at the Anlo Afiadenyiba following a robbery incident last week. The Ghana Police Service in a statement made, made it known that these suspects robbed a company and occupants of a vehicle. The Ghana Police initially arrested 5 suspects first for their alleged involvement in the said robbery crime which happened. The number of suspects arrested makes it or adds up to ten suspected people who involved themselves in the robbery act. According to the Ghana Police, two suspects are turned to be workers or staff of the company that suffered the said robbery. The Director of Public Affairs at the Ghana Police Service, Superintendent Alexander Obeng who made the statement, said the Ghana Police Service will continue to fight all crimes and also ensure a good environment for the citizen living in Ghana.
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