Police arrest 4 in connection with James Town bullion van robbery

The police have arrested four (4) suspects believed to have been involved in the deadly bullion van attack at James Town in Accra that led to the death of a police officer who was on escort duty in the van.

According to a report by DGN, the suspects are Collins Addae, Aka Kekye from Akim-Swedru; Ebenezer Gyimah, AKA Peace and Musa Kamara, 26; with his brother Suleman Ketah, 26,  also known as 69, both from Guinea.

The four are said to be on the police wanted list.

Confirming the arrest with pictures to Daily Guide, the police confirmed that the suspect was arrested in Kyebi in the Eastern Region of Ghana.

One of the suspects was arrested in the hospital receiving treatment after he was shot in the process of arrest.

The Ghana Police Service has mounted a guard around him as doctors and nurses attend to his wounds. The police shot him in his left knee after he tried crossing fire with them.

The police will process the culprit for the court to explain why he shot and killed their colleague and two civilians in the bullion van attack.

The police in a statement also urged the public to support their work by offering credible information to aid police investigations.

“The police continue to urge the public to support our work of ensuring the safety of communities with credible information. Informants are assured of the strictest confidentiality,” the statement said.


By JJ Gyasi Mensah||Ghana

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