Records of armed robbery cases in Ghana is still moving higher as the day goes by. Almost everyday, you will hear different stories of the same act and it's too bad as a nation. Two armed robbers have been arrested at Dadieso in the Western North Region of Ghana. This time around, their tactics went wrong as they were arrested by some immigration officers at the area. According to the news that was monitored by Ahomka.News on Angel TV, these robbers stopped a motor rider and demanded for ride. Since he was working, he picked them.
The stolen motorbike
On their way going, as they reached a nearby Bush one of them intentionally removed his sandals and put it on the ground. He alerted the rider that his sandals have fallen down and he didn't have any other option than to stop. Immediately he stopped, they pulled a gun on him and took away the motorbike. These robbers bolted with the bike and the rider went to inform the youth at the community about what has happened. As they were pursuing them, they got to the border and the officers asked them what has happened. This made them to narrate the incident to the officers which gave them a fair idea because when the robbers got there with the bike they stopped them but they didn't stop and run away with speed.
Mohammed (left) and Kombat (right)
The officrs joined the the guys to follow up. They were finally overpowered and arrested. After their arrest, they have started mentioning names because they said it was not done alone by them. Kombat who is a Ghanaian and Lala Mohammed, Togolese are the two robbers who went for the operation and have been arrested. But according to them, they have a master who is called Abu and hails at Sunyani. Abu is the person behind everything they do. As Abu's name has been mentioned, it will help the police to do their investigations well to bring all the suspects to book. They are now in the custody of the police while investigation is ongoing.
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