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Date Uploaded: Apr 20, 2016
By Robert Dixon, LINA
MONROVIA, April 20 (LINA) - Police in Monrovia are probing two "notorious" armed robbers in connection with a recent armed robbery in the City of Brewerville, in which a huge amount of Liberian dollars was stolen.
Otis Richard and Koko Borbor, armed with weapons allegedly robbed a resident of Brewerville of L$350,000 and an unspecified amount of United States dollars and other valuables.
They are said to have held their victims at gun point.
Koko Borbor (the brother of detained armed robber Kollie Borbor) and Otis Richard have long been on police wanted list in connection with a series of armed robberies in Monrovia and its environs.
According to a LNP statement, both men were involved in the October 24, 2015 armed robbing of a resident of Peace Island, Madam Massa Kamara.
The men on November 11, 2015 also armed robbed one Pastor John Sabah, and made away with a huge sum of money and valuables.
They are said to have inflicted wounds on his son during the robbery.
At the same time, the Liberia National Police has declared wanted twenty-one notorious armed robbers who were recently freed from the Monrovia Central Prison following an intervention by the Catholic Justice and Peace Commission for failure to try them during two terms of court.
The police said some of the men are behind the wave of armed robberies across the city and its environs.
The wanted men include Pirus Konneh, Peter Toe, Archie Zondo, George Pantoe, Victor Jones, Prince Payleh, Siakah Konneh, Richard Tokpa, Joe Morris, and Jerry Kamara.
Others also wanted by the police are Joshua Ziah, Junior Joseph, Laye Kamara, Michael Harris, Otus Brown, Archie-boy Sieway, Musa Kamara, Augustine Robert, Austin Tarr, Isaac Sale, and Zacchaus Tengbeh.