The Ghana Police Service has insisted that robbery cases are not on the rise as has been assumed to be.
This comes after several reports of daylight robbery cases in the country, particularly, in the week past.
Speaking to Joy news, ACP Kwesi Ofori, the acting Director-General of Public Affair, for the Ghana Police Service, said these robberies were isolated cases and the police will deal with them.
He stated further that the police hierarchy has held series of meetings on plans to deal with armed robbery and crime in the country.
ACP Kwesi Ofori said that “generally speaking armed robbery is not on the increase, but there have been some isolated ones that have prompted public conversation. As an agency and service, we need to deal with it and we are dealing with it,” he said.