On Angel TV’s “Breaking news” this afternoon, it has been reported that armed robbers suspected to be Nigerians have been arrested at Kumasi-Sofoline. According to the report by the Angel tv’s reporter, they spy the GCB branch at Sofoline and follow customers who they suspect to have withdrawn huge amounts and rob them off their monies.
He explained that there is a building around the bank where they sit. And from that position it’s easy to see people walking out of the bank. They have done this to a lot of people already until yesterday a victim who returned to the bank spotted one of them sitting on that building
The victim informed the bank and the bank called the police. The Police Manged to arrest him and other accomplices. They have now been sent to the central police station to conduct some investigations.The reporter urged the public who make withdrawals at the bank to be careful on how they easily give clues to these robbers
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