Two suspected armed robbers have been shot useless by the police throughout an try and rob a gold seller at Manso Dawusaso within the Amansie South District of the Ashanti Area
One other suspect, recognized as Abraham Kwasi Tetteh has been arrested, whilefour have been on the run and being pursued by the police.
This follows an intelligence-led operation by the Anti-robbery taskforce of the Ashanti Regional Police Command.
A shot gun, a pistols and a taxi cab had been retrieved and are within the police custody.
The Performing Director Normal of the Police Public Affairs Directorate, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP),KwasiOfori, disclosed this in a press launch issued and copied to the Ghanaian Instances.
He stated members of the gang forcibly invaded the residence of the gold seller at 9:00p.m.disarmed the personal safety guard of his weapon and fired photographs into the residence.
“At this stage, a police fight crew that mounted a 24-hour surveillance on the gang, returned hearth to guard the lives in and across the properties,’’ACP Ofori acknowledged.
He stated 4 suspects escaped however two who suffered gunshot wounds have been arrested and despatched to the hospital however have been pronounced useless on arrival.
The Director Normal acknowledged that one of many deceased robbers generally known as Lukeman, had been granted bail by the Dunkwa Circuit Courtroom at an earlier look and was scheduled to reappear on October 27, 2021, for allegedly robbing passengers on the DunkwaAyafuri freeway.
He stated a manhunt was underway to trace the 4 escaped suspects.
ACP Ofori stated the police suspected that a number of the gang members who escaped had gunshot wounds.
“We’re due to this fact interesting to the general public to volunteer info on anybody who’s seen in or round Manso Dawusaso with noticeable gunshot wounds to the closest police station,”he added.
In the meantime ,well being facility in and round the Amansie South District have been requested to report the presence of any particular person or group of individuals with gunshot wounds to the closest police.
BY TIMES REPORTER