3 Robbers Shot Dead



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He said on Monday around 7:30pm, two policemen who had closed from work chanced upon the four-member gang in a Toyota Corolla taxi cab at Nketia near Adankwame and managed to arrest two of them, whilst the other two suspected criminals managed to escape.

He said the police searched the Toyota Corolla thoroughly and found some offensive weapons.

The security operatives then hauled the two ex-convicts, one of whom is Kojo Kyei, 25, to the Kumasi Central Police Station for questioning.

Gun Shots

On reaching the Kumasi Central Police Station, the two arrested suspects who were not in handcuffs, managed to disentangle themselves from the policemen and scaled a wall, trying to flee, but the policemen acted swiftly by shooting them dead.

DCOP Gyenning said police intelligence had it that one ‘Abacha,’ believed to be the leader of the gang, was hiding at Esaase so the police hurriedly rushed to the area to arrest him.

But upon seeing the police, Abacha fired at the policemen, injuring one of them, and therefore forcing the policemen to return fire.

DCOP Gyenning said the police were leaving no stone unturned in their bid to arrest the fourth member of the group.

The four-member gang was linked to robbery incidents including one at Dream Financial Services at Atwima Koforidua where they managed to bolt with GH¢5,000.

By I.F. Joe Awuah Jnr., Kumasi