- The stolen car of a banker has been found in the possession of a police officer
- The car was retrieved two years after it was stolen by four armed robbers
- Police officials have refused to speak to the matter
A banker who had his car stolen by four armed robbers in 2015 has seen the same car being driven by a police officer at Tema.
The thirty-two-year-old banker had his car snatched along with his laptop and another belonging running to thousands of cedis.
“They looked into the car and then I was asked to come down and open the boot. As soon as I got down from the car, they hit me, I fell and they started pushing me…suddenly I heard one of them saying don’t kill him, don’t kill him. Then after they pushed me into the sea. How I came out is only a miracle,” Samuel recounts.
But Samuel Forson had the shock of his life when the very car that got stolen was found being driven by a police officer.
According to him, one Sergeant Philip Amoako of Tema Community 8 Police, who was found driving the car started harassing him to refund the money he had spent to repair and maintain the car.
So far, the police are yet to respond to this disturbing report which questions how effective the country's police system is.
"The police claim they sent the communication to all police stations after they found the vehicle abandoned, but did the Sakumono police receive this information after they found the vehicle? The Sakumono police station where Samuel Forson’s attack and vehicle snatching was being investigated is very close to Tema Community One," Joy FM quizzed.
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