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Police denies entering the boss of Trasacco’s house.

The police claim that they conducted an investigation into an alleged landguard activity at Adjiriganor, an Accra suburb, which resulted in the detention of five suspects, including Akuribilla Annanfo, Razak Seidu, Abdulla Abdul Fatau, Baah Samuel, and Francis Agbevedor, as well as the recovery of a Mossberg pump action gun from them that was loaded with ten rounds of BB cartridges.

The suspects were charged with conspiracy to commit crime and engaging in land guard operations and were arraigned before Circuit Court 9 in Accra on August 26, 2022. They were placed in police custody by the court and ordered to appear again on August 30, 2022.

According to the Police, it was discovered over the course of the inquiry that Mr. Morris Ian of Trasacco Limited hired the suspects to carry out their unlawful actions. As a result, the court issued a bench warrant for his arrest.

In response to information that the suspect was at Mr. Ernesto Taricone’s home, the police went to the house to carry out the warrant. When the police arrived at the house, they knocked on the door, and someone answered, telling them that Ian Morris wasn’t there at the time. As a result, the police asked Morris to come to them by leaving a message.

Since the Police Service does not have commandos, the police issued a release urging the public to dismiss and treat with contempt the unfounded accusations of forced entrance against the officers.

According to the Police, they will keep looking for him in order to carry out the Bench Warrant.

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