The four police officers on trial in Accra for their alleged involvement in bullion van robberies are expected to reappear before the court on Monday.

The suspects were arrested following an intelligence-led operation at their hideout at a place near Ashaiman in March.

Following their arrest, they have been denied bail three times.

At their last court hearing, counsel for the suspects prayed the court to grant the accused bail explaining that they were police officers known by the service and cannot abscond.

However, the prosecutor, Sylvester Asare, vehemently opposed the plea and asked for the accused to be remanded.

Giving her ruling on the bail application, Justice Patricia Amponsah said the counsel for the accused didn’t have enough reasons for the suspects to be granted bail.

The four suspects were thus remanded into police custody and will reappear later today, Monday.

On March 8, the police announced the arrest of the four police officers, alongside one civilian suspect, over bullion van attacks.

The bullion van attacks being investigated occurred at Kingsway, Baatsona, Jamestown, and North Kaneshie Industrial Area last year.