Four Persons Arrested Over Jamestown Bullion Van Robbery Attack

Four Persons Arrested Over Jamestown Bullion Van Robbery Attack



Police in Kyebi in the Abuakwa South Municipality of the Eastern Region have arrested four suspects believed to to have been involved in the deadly bullion van robbery attack at Jamestown in Accra. The suspects; Collins Addae aka Kekye from Akim Swedru; Ebenezer Gyimah, aka Peace and then Musa Kamara, 26; with his brother


Suleman Ketah, 26 years old alias 69, both from Guinea, are also said to be on police wanted list. The suspects, according to reports, were fished from their hideouts at Kyebi by the police at a mining site upon information gathered by the CID Headquarters in Accra. The Police have also since the attack on the bullion van robbery



incident declared the suspects wanted, and later had reported that the suspects were also hiding in the Kyebi enclave. The suspects, with one currently at large, have for some months been terrorizing residents in the Kibi, the Akyem Tafo, the Osiem, Anyinasin, and its environs. However, last week upon information the Police also



arrested suspect Ebenezer Gyimah alias Peace in Kyebi Zongo, but he managed to escape in handcuffs while leading the police to the other suspects’ hideouts. He was later picked up on Saturday afternoon, with the three others as Musah Kamara attempted to flee, but was shot in left knee and subsequently overpowered by



the police. He was rushed to the Kyebi Government Hospital where he is on admission under police guard, and will later be transferred with his accomplices to the police headquarters in Accra. Meanwhile, more police officers and CID operatives have been dispatched to the Akyem Oda area over the intelligence report that the suspects involved in the deadly bullion van attack at



Jamestown in Accra which led to the killing of a police officer, are hiding in the area. The police in a statement urged the public to also support their work by offering credible information to aid police investigations. The police continue to urge the public to also support our work of ensuring the safety of the communities with credible information. Informants are assured of the strictest confidentiality, the statement said.