The police in Kumasi on Sunday, January 16, 2022, figured out how to recover a vehicle that was grabbed from its proprietor with a baby on board at Santasi in Kumasi.
The presumed vehicle snatchers deserted the vehicle and escaped into the bush at Dakwadwom when they were given a hot pursue by the police.
As per the police, they had data that two shooters had grabbed a vehicle from its proprietor at Good Hope Chapel at Santasi and immediately alerted all the versatile watch groups inside the city to be watching out.
Assistant Superintendent of Police, Mr. Godwin Ahianyo, the Ashanti Regional Police Public Relations Officer, let the media know that the suspects who were given a hot pursue by the police and detecting peril deserted the vehicle and escaped into the bush.
He said the vehicle has since been headed to the Ashanti Regional Police Headquarters and the child rejoined with the mother.
He said the patrol vehicles were as yet in the quest for the suspects and any remaining functional units have been put on guard.
He consoled the general population of the police preparation to keep on keeping the city and the entire district safe.
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