Robbers storm Nima Police Station; make away with valuable items

Robbers storm Nima Police Station; make away with valuable items

- Thieves have raided the Nima Police Station

- They stole laptops, printers, TV sets worth thousands of Ghana Cedis

- The police are yet to make an arrest as investigations continue

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Armed robbers have ransacked the Nima Police Station in Accra.

According to a report by Starr News, the thieves made away with some valuables like laptops, printers, television sets, and other stationery on the dawn of Thursday, June 18, 2020.

The thieves also stole some shirts and uniforms belonging to some of the policemen.

Robbers storm Nima Police Station; make away with valuable items
Robbers storm Nima Police Station; make away with valuable items. Source: Starrfm.com.gh
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It is unclear how the thieves got access to offices of the police station as at least an officer is always expected to be at post.

No arrest has been made yet.

This is not the first time armed robbers have raided a police station in Ghana.

In September 2019, the Takoradi District Police Commander, Supt. Emmanuel Amoah, had a shock of his life when thieves broke into his office at the Takoradi Central Police.

The thieves managed to remove the louver blades to enter his office and made away with his laptop and flat-screen television and an undisclosed amount of money.

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a group of Ghanaians have been captured in a video angrily confronting police officers who were enforcing the lockdown exercise that was ordered by President Akufo-Addo not long ago.

According to the footage sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram handle of Facts and Truths, the local residents were going out to get prepaid electricity credits.

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