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CCTV Footage of Jamestown ‘Bullion Van’ Robbery Surfaces Online – Watch



A CCTV footage capturing how some notorious criminals attacked a bullion van in broad daylight at Adedenkpo-Jamestown in Accra has thrown social media users into shock.

The images from the CCTV exposed how these criminals craftily executed their robbery at about 11:00 am on Monday morning June 14 and how they escaped police chase.

6 men were seen on bikes with their pillion riders started tracking the white Bullion Van from Abossey Okai heading towards Korle Bu Mortuary road.

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They pretended to be Okada riders dropping off passengers when they got to Latebiokoshie traffic light which is around the old Nkrumah flats and Bishop Bowers.

In another shot, they were seen branching towards the direction of the Bullion Van while had taken a turn heading towards Jamestown, still under the guise of Okada riders.

One of the bikers quickly drove past the bullion van to stop at the intersection while the other drew closer to the van like an action movie then the action began.

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Warning shots were fired to scare away passerby before the robbers aimed at the bullion van, firing heavy amour at it, killing the police escort and wounding the driver.

As at the time the firing was ongoing, the other robbers had already broke into the van and robbed the cash.

The fled the crime scene firing warning shots into the sky. The also shot a lady, Afua Badu, who tried to raise alarm of the ongoing robbery.

Check Out shots from the CCTV footage below.

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CCTV Of Robbers Stalking Bullion Van At Laterbiokoshie Traffic Light
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Footage of the robbers branching at Korle Bu Traffic Light
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Robbers crossing Bullion Van to execute their plan
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Robbers escaping after raiding Bullion Van

The police is yet to authenticate these footage and confirm if indeed they are the robbers but information in the known suggests that the Ghana police have arrested some men suspected to be part of the robbery.

SOURCE: GhanaCelebrities.Com



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