Following a swoop at Adabraka, Police in Accra have arrested 230 persons suspected to have engaged in various forms of criminal activities. The operations also resulted in the seizure of a number of items including unregistered motorbikes, wraps of Indian hemp, assorted mobile phones, wrist watches and Cameroonian passport.
News of the arrest have been made public by the Ghana Police Service on their official Facebook page. According them, the suspects picked up are believed to have indulged in activities such as drug peddling and trafficking. The operations carried out by the National Police Operations Department was executed based on intelligence volunteered by the general public.
Whiles expressing gratitude to the general public for their help, the police also issued a stern warning to criminals to cease operations, saying the long arm of the law will catch up with them if they do not. It is the second time in a fortnight that the police have carried similar operations within the national capital. A pre - Easter effort at East Legon last week led to the arrest of 52 persons and seizure of motorbikes and items believed to be stolen.
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