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Friday, 9 March 2018

Wanted Armed Robber Finally Nabbed At Obo Kwahu

A notorious armed robbery who has been on the wanted list of the police for being the brain behind a number of armed robbery cases in Accra has finally been nabbed.

The Report says Nana Kwame, aged 30 was ‘smoked out’ of his hideout at Obo Kwahu in the Eastern Region on Wednesday, March 7, 2018.

He was handed over to the Eastern Regional Police Command in Koforidua following his arrest by the Obo Kwahu District police.

The Public Relations Officer of the Eastern Regional Police Command, Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP), Mr Ebenezer Tetteh who disclosed this to Graphic Online said the suspect would be handed over to the Accra Police Command for further investigations.

He added that the police in the region will do anything possible to protect lives and properties.

ASP Tetheh also revealed how a suspected armed robber, Abu Musah, who allegedly attacked a 25-year-old farmer, Emmanuel Agbeko, at Ekye Amanfrom.

He indicated that suspect Abu Musah, and his accomplice who is currently on the run according to ASP Tetteh attacked Agbeko on the highway near the Glory Oil Filling Station at Ekye Amanfrom, during which they took away his Apsonic motorbike which he was riding at the time.

ASP Tetteh said Mr Agbeko was moving to Gallonmainu from Ekye Amanfrom when he was accosted by two Fulani men on a motorbike holding a cutlass and a knife.

"They threatened him with the cutlass and knife and snatched his newly bought unregistered Apsonic motorbike", he stated.

"A distress call was received by the Tease Police who chased and met the two robbers on two motorbikes, one of which happened to be the victim's motorbike, an unregistered Apsonic Fleche 2 motorbike", he added.

"One of them not yet identified escaped but Abu Musah was arrested.

ASP Tetteh said they were heading for Donkorkrom when they were arrested by the Tease District Police—of which their motorbikes are consequently impounded.


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