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A collaboration between the Police and the Military Police has led to the arrest of the man who was seen in a video discharging several firearm at A&C Mall at East Legon in Accra on December 31 night to welcome the New Year.

The suspect, Flt. Sergeant Nicholas Owusu Frimpong was said to be a military man.

A statement from the police Monday January 3, 2022 said the suspect has been detained by the Military Police as investigation continuous into the matter.

The police has therefore advised the public to be guided in their celebration and desist from act that compromise public safety and order as they continue to make merry to welcome the new year.

The Ghana Police Service placed a GHC5,000 bounty on the suspect who was seen in a video footage wielding a firearm suspected to be an AK47 assault rifle and discharging it indiscriminately at the shopping centre that midnight.

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