The bullion van robbery, which happened some weeks ago seemed unsolvable but the Ghana police service has solved the case. This robbery shocked the country, this was not because of the money taken away but how and why they killed the police officer in charge of excorting the vehicle. General Constable Emmanuel Kobby Osei lost his precious life in fighting for the country.
Following the deaths involved in the bullion van robbery, the police decided to embark on a mission on that was to arrest dozens of criminals linked to multiple robbery in other to get the bullion van robbers. It seems the hardwork of the police service has been paid of, after arresting six(6) men linked to the robbery that left two Ghanaian's dead. A police officer and a woman, at the scene.
According to the police service, six of these suspects were arrested at kibi. This afternoon according to Angel FM's news dubbed "Orgasm news" the Ghana police service claims to have arrested six men in the robbery that lead to the death of the police officer. The bullion van robbery nearly made the IGP lose his job, because this made a statement to Ghanaian's on how naked our security is. The first robbery arrested lead to the arrest of the other cruel members. But one is said to be on the run after the had a hint of the police coming. Two are said to be not Ghanaian's but Guinea Nationals whiles the others are Ghanaian's.
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