In barely 72 hours, four suspected criminals in Tema have been declared wanted for stealing. This has raised concerns about the safety and security of Residents and some are of the opinion that criminals may have finally found a way to outsmart law enforcement agencies. The effectiveness of going public with the information of suspects has also been question as some say that the method allows criminals to tread even more cautiously in order to avoid being arrested since they know the police are on the lookout for them.
All four persons declared wanted following a warrant issued by a circuit court are charged with conspiracy to steal and stealing. John Darko, 29, James Ayeboo, 49, Mario Ampong and Rockson Adu, 35 are believed to be pursued for their involvement in same case. Mario Ampong, the latest to be declare wanted is believed to be hiding in Ashaiman, Accra, Kasoa or Capecoast whilst Rockson Adu is thought to be hiding is Ashaiman, Accra, Kasoa and Nkawkaw. The police say anyone with information about the whereabout of this four people should contact the nearest police station or report to the Marine Ports and Railway Department in Tema.
Below are Details of all four Persons Declare Wanted by the police.
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