Yuletide Celebration: ACP Oduro Amaning Cautions House Owners To Be Aware Of Ccriminals
The Central East Police Command of the Central Region is urging those living within Kasoa and its environs to be vigilant about criminals in the celebration of 2022 new years festive.
The security command further cautioned residents, house owners to ensure that at least one person should be left home to keep watch to prevent their homes from being broken into by criminals anytime they went out to celebrate the festive.
The Deputy Central East Police Regional Commander of the Central Region of the Ghana Police Service, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), Mr. Oduro Amaning noted that the criminals always trying to break into the houses during the times that they see the people were not in their houses.
"During the time the people go out to celebrate the yuletide, it was the time where criminals take advantage and break into people homes to rob them of their valuables In help fight these activities we in the Central East Police Regional Command have deployed says personnel to some known churches within the localities as well as beef up patrols to preven these crimes," ACP Oduro Amaning.
He entreated the residents to ensure that someone is left at home to keep watch to prevent their homes from being broken into by robbers.
In some other developments five supected landguards have been remanded into Police Custody by the Ofaakor Circuit Court presided over by his Lordship Ebenezer Osei Darko for attempting to harasse a developer on his land at Kojo Oku in the Central Region. Items retrieved from them includes fifteen rounds of ammunitions and five machetes.
At Opeikuma a suburb of Kasoa one Emmanuel Asare who was in possession of locally manufactured pistol with eighteen rounds of ammunitions and four expanded 9mm ammunition has also been remanded into police custody by the Ofaakor Circuit court to reappear again in two weeks time.
The Police acted upon intelligence and arrested him since he was treat to the community where he lives.
ACP Oduro Amaning, Deputy Central East Police Commander stated.