Bullion Van Robbery Saga: Suspected photos Of Robbers Who Killed Cop And Civilian Surface
Report indicates officers of the Ghana Police Service have allegedly arrested one of the armed robbers involved in the infamous Korle Bu Bullion Van attack
Photos of the faces suspected to the thugs who visited robbery attack on a bullion van at Jamestown in the Greater Accra Region which eventually left a young police officer and a civilian dead have surfaced in the public domain.
The photos which are possession of Soireenews showed some young men who are seen displaying loads of monies, guns including pistols and a pump-action gun.
The photos of young men brandishing guns surface after bullion van heist.
A little over 24-hours ago, the robbers who attacked a bullion van at a location around the Bukom Boxing Arena shot dead a police officer, Constable Emmanuel Osei who was on escort duty.
Two female staff of the financial institution whose money was being transported survived the attack with no injury but reports indicate that one of them while fleeing the scene was shot at and the bullet struck and killed a 35-year-old woman who was around the vicinity.
The driver of the vehicle also sustained various injuries and has since been on admission at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital.
The robbers reportedly numbering about 8 and on motorbikes made away with the AK-47 rifle of the deceased police officer.
Also in Kumasi, the capital of the Ashanti region, some armed men on motorbikes attacked and killed a woman identified as Benedicta Pokua Sarpon in broad daylight.
These two incidents come barely a week after another broad daylight robbery was recorded a few meters across the street of the National Police headquarters in Accra.
So far, a report reaching Soireenews indicates officers of the Ghana Police Service have allegedly arrested one of the armed robbers involved in the infamous Korle Bu Bullion Van attack.
With the police determined to find these criminals, there are rumours that one of them have been arrested.
A photo of police officers handcuffing a man they’ve just arrested has found its way on the internet.
Commentary behind the photo suggests it’s one of the armed robbers in the infamous Korle Bu Bullion Van attack.
In another media report, a gang of 4 men have flaunted guns in a video sending warning to the public.
It’s believed the armed robbers mistakenly posted the video on WhatsApp but before they could delete it, some social media users saved it.
Freeman Koryekpor Awlesu Greater Accra Regional Correspondent