Armed robbery and other social vices are on a high ascendency in Ghana now. We have heard of a lot of daylight robberies for the past few weeks. IGP Dampare and his boys are doing their best in order to bring the cases of armed robbery and other social vices down.
Earlier today, Ghana Police Service have released a communique about they "eliminating" two armed robbers in Ashanti Region. According to the release by the police, these robbers planned to rob a gold dealer at Manso Dawuaso a place in Amansie South District.
Unfortunately, these armed robbers met the Anti-robbery Task of the Ashanti Regional Police Command when they were about fleeing from the scene of operation.
According to the police, the robbers started firing their guns which made them also release their bullets on them. Two of the robbers died on the spot during the shootings.One of the deceased who is known as Lukeman has been granted a bail recently and is to reappear before court on 27th October, 2021.
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