Two Nigerians have are in the grips of the police for robbing ADB bank in Kpeve
Two suspected robbers are in the grips of the Volta regional Police command for raiding the Kpeve branch of ADB Bank in the South Dayi district on Friday.
The two who were members of a gang of six robbers, broke into the bank at about 3am and made away with undisclosed sums of money after they reportedly tied up the private security man on duty.
Luck, however, eluded the two Nigerians, Robert Toisin, 40, and Prince Ndubisi, 32, who in an attempt to flee the area, were arrested by the Police patrol team at separate locations Friday afternoon.
Toisin, according to the Police, was on board a vehicle towards Ho, when he was arrested at Kponvie Police barrier, with a knapsack bag containing various Ghana cedi denominations to the tune of GH¢ 9,481, while Ndubisi was arrested at Bosso with an amount of GH¢ 1,762.
The Volta regional Police Commander, DCOP Peterkin Yentumi-Gyinae, who confirmed the incident to Starr News noted the police is on the heels of four other suspects.
“We are still scouting for the rest, four of them… they are supposed to be six, who were invited from various places by a particular person for the operation, who we are still looking for…” DCOP Yentumi-Gyinae told regional correspondent Lambert Atsivor.