-Five of the people suspected to have attack the Kwabenya Police Station to free 7 suspects have been arrested
-It includes the person suspected to have shot and killed a police inspector
-This brings to 11, the number of suspects arrested in connection with the attack
The Ghana Police Service has announced the arrest of the person suspected to have shot and killed a police officer during an attack on the Kwabenya Police Station in Accra.
According to a statement released by the Police Service on Saturday, the 28-year-old Kofi Seshie is believed to have fired the fatal shot that killed Inspector Emmanuel Ashilevi.
Inspector Ashilevi was shot in the wee hours of Sunday, January 21, when gunmen attacked the station to free seven suspects who were being held over offences related to armed.
He died later tat the 37 Military Hospital where he had been taken for treatment.
Immediately after the incident came public, the police launched a manhunt for the freed suspects and the attackers.
Seshie was arrested by the Accra Police Command on Saturday at Kasoa alongside four others who were part of the attack gang.
The others are George Sarba, 23, George Asante, 33, Theophilus Banda, 25, and Elvis Owusu, 31.
"This bring the number of arrests in the Kwabenya incident to 11. Six persons were arrested earlier this week, three of whom are re-arrested fugitives and three accomplices who facilitated the attack and escape", the statement from the police stated.
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