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GT Bank In Nimba Allegedly Burglarized Again?

By Solomon T. Gaye Sr.
The Liberia National Police is conducting investigations into the alleged burglary of the Guaranty Trust (GT) Bank Liberia Limited branch situated opposite the Monrovia parking in Nimba County.
The management of the GT Bank City on Monday, August 6, 2021 officially reported the incident to Police assigned in Ganta explaining that some unknown persons clandestinely burglarized the bank by entering the building through the back door.
Report gathered by this paper revealed that there have been arrests and the subsequent detention of several private security guards who are said to be undergoing investigation at the Police Station.
The Police CSD confirmed the incident and the detention of three employees of the Corporate Guard Security Service that were on shift on Sunday August 5, 2021.
Those named are Robert Zamay, 30, oldman Junior Nya, 39, and James S. Quoigboi, 31, who were the private security guards that are being detented in connection of the burglary.
According to the LNP, the preliminary investigation has charged the three private security guards with negligence under the law and still waiting to get written report from the management whether cash were missing or not.
Since the beginning of June, 2021 couple with the withdrawal of the armed Police in Ganta, zogoes are gradually taking over at the Methodist Palm Plantation near the Methodist Hospital and are gradually turning the community the a no-go-zone especially during the night hours.
This is the second burglary of GT Bank branch in Ganta in less than three years thus creating serious concern among the citizens and customers.
A senior LNP officer revealed that investigations are still on going, but it has not determined whether or not it is an organized crime.
The Police explained that the CT camera captured two men wearing masks who used oxygen wedding machines to break through the building while three of the private securities were on guard the night of the incident.
When contacted, Terrine Dolo Pojah, the branch manager refused to on the incident on grounds that she not the rightful person to speak to press.

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