Some yet-to-be identified gun men on Saturday night stormed the supermarket of a fuel station believed to be belonging to French Oil Company, Total and robbed monies and other items at gun point.
The men who were two in number were captured seen in a CCTV footage which has since gone viral on social media instructing workers at the station to kneel lie down before going in search of their daily sales.
The CCTV footage, a copy of which has been published by your authoritative news source and breaking news hub, GhanaNewspage.Com, opens with the two men who were dressed in black ordering six workers at the filing station to enter a supermarket at the filing station.
The workers were closely followed by the two including one of the robbers who was armed with a gun.
They were then ordered to lie down while the workers went on to search the supermarket for their daily sales.
One of the workers, who is seen in the video with a helmet on but unarmed issuing instructions to the terrorised workers while the armed one goes about searching for money.
It is believed the armed robbers came to the filing station with a motorbike.
It is however not known the amount of money they might have stolen from the supermarket.
The Police is still on a manhunt for the robbers.
Watch the CCTV VIDEO above: