Two suspected armed robbers are now in the grips of the Eastern Regional Police Command for allegedly attempting to rob a farmer at Odumase-Krobo in the Manya Krobo Municipality on Friday.
Police are looking for a suspect in an armed robbery that happened Friday afternoon at the Subway across from the Kraft Heinz plant.
Police pursued a vehicle they believed was being driven by the suspect.
Police say the suspect took $600 from the register, as well as contents from a safe inside the store.
Unfortunately, the third suspect fled the scene in a blue Volkswagen Golf Velociti.
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"The suspects will appear before the Seshego Magistrates Court soon", Ngoepe conluded.
Two teens have been released on signature bonds after being charged with armed robbery, accused of taking marijuana from a Columbus teen.
According to the probable cause affidavit, a loss prevention officer observed 24-year-old Vernon Vontrell Fletcher "removing Nextbook devices from their boxes and placing them in his trousers".
"The suspect was apprehended a day or two after the incident on Monday 2 April and was found with an unknown number of cellphones", said Matumba. Information can also be reported anonymously through Sheboygan Countywide Crime Stoppers at www.cufthem.com or 877-CUF-THEM (877-283-8436).