By Augustine Ehikioya
Police officials in Ghana on Sunday arrested two suspects for robbery at East Legon Hills.
Their arrests followed a distressed call to the Police from the area.
This was disclosed in a statement issued by the Director-General, Public Affairs, Ghana Police Service, ACP Kwesi Ofori, and made available to Security Watch Africa (SWA).
The statement said “The Police in Accra at dawn this Sunday, December 5, 2021, have arrested two men, Samuel Agyei and Sumaila Mahama, on suspicion of involvement in a robbery.
“The two suspects were arrested following a distress call received by a Police patrol team that some unknown men had invaded a neighbourhood at CPL Estate, East Legon Hills.”
The statement disclosed that the Police rushed to the scene and “with support from some of the residents, managed to arrest the two suspects.
“On the spot search conducted on the men led to the retrieval of a 75-inch curved television set, an iPhone 12 pro max, one Techno smartphone and a revolver pistol with 4 rounds of ammunition.
“The team also found a Kia Morning saloon car which the suspects had parked at the roadside to convey the booty,” it said.
The two suspects, the statement said, are currently in Police custody and will be put before the court in due course.
It said “The Police Administration commends the Police-Public partnership that helped to get the two suspects arrested.
“We continue to assure the public of our readiness to combat crimes in all forms for the safety of all Ghanaians,” the statement added.