The Police Service of Ghana these days is working tirelessly to eradicate criminals who are tormenting the lives of Ghanaians. The Police in this regard have arrested an armed robber and murder suspect at Adeiso in the Eastern Region.
According to the Police in a statement on its social media pages, they have on 20th October 2021, arrested a dangerous armed robber and murder suspect, Godstrong Tettey, at Adeiso in the Eastern Region.
Godstrong as described by the police is a very notorious and heartless armed robber who has been on the police wanted list for many criminal activities In the country.
The police stated that "the suspect has been on the Police wanted list for alleged murder, car-snatching cases and violent landguard activities".
Before his arrest, Godstrong Tettey was seen in a widely circulated video on social media, brandishing a pistol.
Police intelligence led to his capture at Adeiso and items retrieved include two pump action guns, one locally manufactured pistol and one new foreign-manufactured pistol.
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