Armed Robbers Set Up a Roadblock Adjacent To a Police Barrier and Rob Commuters at Nweneso

Armed robbers are said to have set up a barricade adjacent to a police barrier at Nweneso No.1 in the Ashanti Region’s Atwima Kwanwoma District to rob passengers in commercial cars today.

Passengers on four Sprinter buses were allegedly stolen of their goods, according to a witness.

 

At least four such events have been reported in the town this year, according to residents.

 

To facilitate the heist expedition, the armed men barricaded the Nweneso to Foase route with a broken saloon car and several logs.

Armed robbers are said to have set up a barricade adjacent to a police barrier at Nweneso No.1 in the Ashanti Region’s Atwima Kwanwoma District to rob passengers in commercial cars today.

Passengers on four Sprinter buses were allegedly stolen of their goods, according to a witness.

 

At least four such events have been reported in the town this year, according to residents.

 

To facilitate the heist expedition, the armed men barricaded the Nweneso to Foase route with a broken saloon car and several logs.

The incident was recounted by Kwaku Badu, the driver of one of the buses.

This year alone, residents have reported four robberies.

As a result of these instances, the neighborhood has built a shelter at the police barrier to help with nighttime patrols.

The robbery took place just 10 meters away from the shelter.

Some locals are displeased with the police’s performance.

Checks by Nhyira FM News found that a lack of personnel has compelled police to post one officer at the barrier on occasion.

At the time of the incident, it was unclear whether there were any security officers on duty.

Further investigation reveals that the Fomena District is patrolled by only one vehicle, which is frequently developing flaws.

The roads are in bad condition, being rough and dirty.

Despite being awarded on a contract, it has yet to see any significant improvements.

Despite the fact that an officer was on the site earlier, police claim they have yet to receive an official complaint.

 

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