General Corporal Callistus Amoah was killed in a bullion van robbery attack at Ablekuma, and the police detained another suspect in connection with the incident early on Saturday morning.
This was done as a result of information from the Aflao District Police Command that the suspect had been seen in the Asigame market in Lome, Togo.
With the help of Togo Interpol, the District Crime Officer, DSP Eric Vondee, in charge, D/Insprs Gabriel Damadzi, Martin Afari Koranteng, and Cpl Issah Ayamba traveled to the Asigame market in Lome, Togo, and there they detained the suspect, a Nigerian named Blessing Njoma.
At the scene, the suspect was searched, but nothing damning was discovered on him.
When his body was examined at the Togo Interpol headquarters, ancient bullet wounds on his right shoulder were discovered.
He claims that in 2014, during a battle, he was shot in Nigeria.
According to the Police, attempts are being made to examine his residence before transporting him to Ghana.
When he was tragically murdered by three armed thieves at a gasoline station, General Corporal Amoah was doing official duties in a bullion van at Ablekuma Fan Milk in Accra.
The deceased cop has already been put to rest.