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The team then proceeded to Madina and Adenta to inspect more than nine snap check points mounted within the crime prone areas.
The Divisional Police Commander, Chief Superintendent M. A Yakubu and his two subordinates, DSP Stephen Ahiatafu and Superintendent Victoria Yamoah said several of the suspected criminals arrested within their division were arrested through the snap check points.
Some of them, he was told, escaped into some nearby bushes after attacking their victims.
At Pantang East, the Divisional Commander explained that ‘some of the residents requested for the snap check points in some areas they feel they are normally attacked.’
He said residents have been supportive in helping to fight crime.
At Odorkor, the District Commander, Superintendent Abraham Acquaye told the Regional Commander that several criminals including car snatchers were normally arrested during their operations.
By Linda Tenyah & Ernest Nutsugah
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