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Stubborn Armed Robbers Arrested As Their Leader Disappears Infront Of The Police.

Police have upon a tip off captured some Yarigabisi Zuarungu-based armed robbers Sunday Nia and Ishmael Yetinga who were the posse that assaulted and ransacked one Anafo Charles of gigantic amounts of cash some time back. 

The head of the group one Yaw Bapila pseudonym bodyman, what police's identity was practically shutting on evaporated just before their eyes when he saw them drawing nearer. 

Police stay confident he will be captured soon, MyNewsGh.com was told. 

The posse of famous looters assaulted and ransacked Mr. Anafo at gunpoint of his money the amount of Gh¢78,000 and a Nokia telephone with Mobil le Money Merchant equilibrium of Gh¢30,000. The posse likewise took his Samsung A10s cell phone esteemed at Gh¢4800 and infinix hot 8 cell phone esteemed Gh¢699 just as a lot of keys. 

Examination uncovered that the theft was organized by one Yaw Bapila otherwise called 'Bodyman' who drove different looters that included Nia Sunday. 

At the point when police captured Nia Sunday, he at that point drove police to the place of Yaw Bapila and keeping in mind that the police were headed to capture Yaw Bapila, after seeing the police van from far, he and three different associates associated to be individuals with the burglary group bounced on two motorbikes and hurried off. 

Police quickly led an inquiry of Bapila's room within the sight of his better half Patricia Basanatam and discovered two siphon activity firearms, a crate and two move of cartridges, a blade, military boot, two military garbs and covers with two DV plates. 

The Police stretched out their enquiries to Gbani and captured presume Yentinga Ishmael who is additionally claimed to be essential for suspect Yaw Babila-drove gathering. 

Police are putting forth attempts to capture the lead looter and his associate to aid examination.

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