Ghana police arrest 37 Nigerians for allege robbery
London, March 17, 2021 (AltAfrica)-Ghana police from Tarkwa Municipal Command has arrested 37 Nigerians suspected to be involved in a robbery case that happened at Agona Wassa in the Tarkwa Nsuaem Municipality.
The Tarkwa Municipal Police Commander Chief Superintendent Thomas Osei-Ababio who confirmed the arrest said the suspects were arrested based on community based intelligence.
He explained that two suspects out of the 37 arrested have been identified as being part of the robbery.
According to Chief superintendent Thomas Osei Ababio, the incident happened on March 10, 2021, around 2 am at the Unicom fuel station at Agona Wassa.
The robbers tied the security man at the post before their operations where they bolted away with over Six Thousand Ghana Cedis.
Chief superintendent Osei Ababio said three fuel attendants who witnessed the robbery operation are assisting the police for investigation in order to arrest the others.
He said the two suspects who confessed their involvement in the operation are in police custody, while the rest suspects have been granted bail after a rigorous screening exercise