Two in Police Custody over Bullion Van Attack at Tarkwa in Western Region
The Tarkwa Divisional Police Command has arrested two people in connection with the robbery incident that occurred at Ransbet Supermarket in the Tarkwa municipality yesterday
The two suspects, Charles Enning and Dorcas Akosua Amankwah who are both workers of Mon-Trans Limited were arrested by the police to assist in the investigation following the suspicion of complicity in the crime.
According to the Ghana Police Service, preliminary investigation revealed that the two suspects, Charlse Enning, who is the driver and Akosua Amankwah who is a teller of the company went to Ransbet Supermarket for a proceed made over the weekend to be deposited at the bank but failed to pick up the police officer who was supposed to provide them with security.
So in the process of putting the money into the bullion van, the suspects were attached by masked men and bolt away with the money on a motorbike
Police are still looking for these criminals and hope the two suspects will aid in the investigation.
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