Bullion van attack: Arrest two female tellers now – Ex – convict to police
An ex – convict, Tetteh Teye who served 20 years in the Nsawam prisons has urged the police to immediately arrest the two female tellers who were on the bullion van which was attacked by some armed robbers at Jamestown in Accra on Monday.
According to him, he suspects the two female tellers may have an idea, hint or hand in the bullion van attack which caused the life of one police officer.
He explained that, the attack was very terrible and heart breaking and so it sounds so strange to hear that the two female tellers were able to escape without sustaining injuries.
The armed robbers shot to death a police officer, Constable Emmanuel Osei who was providing security for the van. One trader who was selling water and sweets along the road where the incidence occurred was also shot dead.
The driver of the bullion van who survived was rushed to the hospital after sustaining severe injuries.
But the shocking issue is that, the two female tellers who were also in the can escaped without a single injury though the police have reported that the we’re sent to the hospital to be treated for trauma.
Speaking to the media, Tetteh Teye, the ex – convict stated that, from his experience, the female tellers are suspects in the case and therefore must not be treated like innocent children.
He confessed that ladies ladies could pass on credible information to criminals for them to strike. Their phones must be seized and thoroughly examined to check if they have made any suspected call or chat.
He concluded that, the police must be on top of their work in investigating this criminal issue and make sure they bring every culprit to book.