By Augustine Ehikioya
Police officers in Ghana have arrested additional five suspects over Anlo-Afiadenyigba robbery incident.
They had initially arrested five suspects on the 1st of October, 2021.
A statement made available to Security Watch Africa (SWA), reads “Police in the Volta Region have arrested ten (10) armed robbers who robbed a company and occupants of a vehicle at Anlo-Afiadenyigba.
“On 1st October, 2021, a Police-community partnership-led operation resulted in the initial arrest of five (5) persons, Haruna Toboloka aged 36, Akwasi Owusu aged 18, Famous Normesi aged 29, Lumor Eric aged 32 and Korku Ahadzi 39.
“Police intelligence later led to the arrest of two (2) other suspects linked to the robbery who were trying to escape to Togo. The two suspects are Ahadzi Anane aged 26 and Ahadzi Kwame aged 33.
“Further intensive Police investigations and operations have resulted in the arrest of three other suspects, two of whom are staff of the company that was robbed.
“The names of these three suspects are being withheld for the moment because of the nature of the ongoing investigations.
“The Police would like to state that we have been recording a trend of some staff conspiring with criminals to rob their companies. We, therefore, urge business owners to thoroughly screen and monitor any potential staff before and after employment. The Police are ready to assist if required.”