The Ghana Police Service has informed individuals concerning the general population to be careful with individuals who enter bank premises, markets, shops or business territories wearing hoods or head protectors.
It said the new pattern of burglary was that the criminals with the end goal to abstain from being caught on the shut circuit TVs (CCTVs) had received a strategy for concealing their personalities that way.
The Director-General of the Police Public Affairs Directorate, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Mr David Senanu Eklu, who uncovered this in a meeting with the Daily Graphic in Accra yesterday, said the looters utilized motorbikes to trail their unfortunate casualties from banks or strip malls at that point assault them when they found the opportunity.
He said the looters moved around with a few motorbikes in succession and at whatever point they struck they immediately passed the goods on to an alternate motorbike with the end goal to escape capture.
The looters, he stated, for the most part worked on Fridays and ends of the week when business exercises were at their pinnacle and individuals had gone to make buys for the week.
ACP Eklu said the criminals as of now worked at various networks in Tema, particularly Community Six and a few sections of Accra.
He said two of such thieves were captured at a bank premises in Tema where the unfortunate casualty had gone to pull back cash and they had tailed him from his office to the bank.
As indicated by ACP Eklu, the police had mounted serious reconnaissance at blaze focuses where the looters more often than not assaulted their unfortunate casualties.
“We need to underline that banks, organizations, drug store shops, forex bureaux, arrangement shops among others, ought to have strict access control systems to their premisses.
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