The parents of a Winneba-based taxi driver, who lost his car recently through an armed robbery around Kasoa, have commended the Kaneshie Police Command for arresting the culprits and recovering the vehicle.

Speaking to the Ghana News Agency, Barimah Owusu- Kwarteng, the father of the victim, said the success chalked by the Kaneshie Police had erased the bad name and the misfortune the incident created for the entire Barimah Owusu-Kwarteng family.

This was after his son had successfully identified the three suspected robbers at an identification parade, organised by the Kaneshie Police in Accra.

Barimah Owusu-Kwarteng extended similar gratitude to the Kokrobite Police who commenced investigations into the case, as well as a Ghana Broadcasting Corporation's lawyer who transported the assaulted taxi driver to the nearest Police Check Point on the night of the incident along the Kasoa-Nyanyano-Toll Booth link road.

Barimah Owusu-Kwarteng, a retired Journalist, also praised the patriotic citizens who volunteered the information to the Kaneshie Police for the arrest of the robbers, and advised all peace-loving Ghanaians to emulate them.

He appealed to the committed men and women in the Ghana Police Service to continue to render appreciable services to enhance national development in a peaceful and safe environment.

'We became extremely happy on receiving the good news that, the stolen car has been found and the three men who willfully conceived and successfully hatched this wicked and destructive plan, have also been apprehended by the police in Accra,' he stated.