Months of investigation have revealed that some two policemen are the brains behind some of the multiple robbery attacks on bullion vans in Ghana.
There have been a number of robbery attacks on bullion vans, especially in the Greater Accra Region recently.
Although the police administration is currently silent on the names of the two policemen, it has described the development as a major breakthrough in the fight against bullion van robbery attacks, reports Graphic Online’s, Emelia Ennin Abbey.
Police investigations are still ongoing and to help not to compromise the investigations, the names of the two suspects, together with other suspects linked to the robbery attacks have not been revealed.
A statement dated March 7, 2022, signed by the Director of Police Public Affairs, Superintendent of Police, Mr. Alexander Kwaku Obeng said the Ghana Police Service, after several months of painstaking intelligence-led operations at the highest level, had made a major breakthrough in the investigations into multiple bullion van robberies recorded in the Greater Accra.
It listed the robbery attacks investigated as including the attack on a bullion van near Kingsway, in February 2021 and in Baatsona, Spintex, in March 2021.
The third robbery attack investigated took place in Jamestown, Adedenkpo, in June 2021, and the recent attempted robbery at North Kaneshie Industrial Area, in February 2022.
It said preliminary investigations established the involvement of the two policemen among a number of other suspects.