Please follow me to get access to all my newly published articles. The recent good news that has got most Ghanaians talking is the arrest of two suspects linked to the bullion van attack at Tarkwa in the Western region. After preliminary investigations the police have identified that, the two suspects, Charles Enning, a driver and Dorcas Akosua Amankwah, a teller who both worked at the company went to Ransbet Supermarket for proceeds made over the weekend to be deposited at the bank but unexpectedly failed to pick up the police officer who was to provide security to the entire operation.
Please follow me to get access to all my newly published articles. The recent good news that has sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms is the arrest of two suspected armed robbers over bullion van attack at Tarkwa in the Western region. Not long ago, an unknown gang of armed robbers boldly took the privilege to attack both police officers and a loaded bullion van as they escaped with an unknown amount of money.
The Ghana Police Service might have their intelligence on the robbery attack on Ransbet Supermarket in Tarkwa of the Western Region but the public suspicion about the case could dent their reputation. Some Ghanaians having learned about the arrest of two suspects linked to the bullion van heist on Monday said there is no basis for the Police Command to exclude their officer who was detailed to escort them to the supermarket.
Two in Police Custody over Bullion Van Attack at Tarkwa in Western Region The Tarkwa Divisional Police Command has arrested two people in connection with the robbery incident that occurred at Ransbet Supermarket in the Tarkwa municipality yesterday The two suspects, Charles Enning and Dorcas Akosua Amankwah who are both workers of Mon-Trans Limited were arrested by the police to assist in the investigation following the suspicion of complicity in the crime.