- Police at Akyem Abomosu in the Eastern Region have been captured on camera physically assaulting a suspected robber with a broom
- The suspect identified as Olentei was arrested after attacking the family of a Pentecost pastor in the Akyem Abomosu community
- Olentei who has reportedly been on the police wanted list is standing trial in court
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Police at Akyem Abomosu in the Eastern Region have been captured on camera physically assaulting a suspected notorious robber with a broom.
In the clip sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Twitter page of Starr FM, the police officers could be seen hitting the head of the suspect, identified as Olentei, multiple times with a broom whilst in handcuffs and sitting on a chair.
The suspect fell from the chair onto the floor while the police continued assaulting him.
YEN.com.gh gathered that Olentei was apprehended two weeks ago after attacking the family of a Pentecost pastor in the Akyem Abomosu community.
The suspect, who is is standing trial in court, has reportedly been on the police wanted list for alleged multiple crimes, including robbery, stabbing, and prison custody escape.
Meanwhile, the local police are being criticised for how they handled the suspect.
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Source: Yen Newspaper