Over 70 suspected criminals arrested at Kasoa

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Over 70 suspected criminals have been arrested by the Kasoa Divisional Police Command in the Central Region during a massive swoop.

According to the Divisional Police Command, they are going to intensify security in Kasoa to reduce the continuous killings and robberies in the area.

The Kasoa Divisional Police Commander, Chief Superintendent Charles Ampem Koosonu told journalists that they are going to “shake” Kasoa and its environs.

Some of these suspected criminals were arrested at weed-smoking joints while others were also hiding at the cemetery with their bags and mats.

In addition, over 200 motorbicycles were also seized by the police with some unregistered and some with no documents and insurance on them.

He said the arrested suspects will be put before the court from Thursday.

According to the Police Commander, over 200 additional police personnel have been deployed to Kasoa.

The Police Commander also warned teenagers who roam in the street engaging in illegal activities to be careful.

According to him, intelligence has been gathered on several weed smoking joints in the area and they will all be demolished soon.

Furthermore, the Kasoa Municipal Immigration Commander Superintendent Richard Agyapong also appealed to landlords to consult immigration officers before renting their houses to foreigners in Kasoa.

Meanwhile, the central regional police command have announced a comprehensive strategy to stem crime in Kasoa, including creating police tents all over the town to improve visibility and accessibility.

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