“I miss you, please come back” – Girlfriend of policeman killed in bullion van robbery in tears

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Sad as Girlfriend of policeman killed in bullion van robbery in tears as she shares a video from their last moment.

The girlfriend of the late police officer who met his untimely death during the James Town bullion van robbery attack has shared a video of her hanging out with the late boyfriend together.

The late General Constable Emmanuel Osei with police service number G/C 58449 and also a member of the National SWAT Unit met his untimely death when three armed men attacked a bullion van conveyor he was escorting with cash last Monday.

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The armed men attacked the van shooting and killing the constable on sight alongside a woman who tried to raise alarm after she spotted what was going on and making away with an unspecified amount of money.

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The Inspector- General of Police, Mr James Oppong Boanuh visited the family of the deceased the very next day after the incident given them the assurance of bringing the perpetrators of the crime to ‘justice’.

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In a new video circulating over the internet and on social media, the girlfriend of the General Constable Emmanuel Osei has shared a video of herself and the late police officer hanging out and having fun together.

She captioned the video “Kobby i miss you, pls come back” (with some crying emojis attached). The late police officer is said to have left a child behind.

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Watch video below;

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