A 29-year-old man, who allegedly broke into a shop and stole items, has been arrested by the police at North Legon, in Accra.
is currently in the custody of the police assisting in investigations.
Accra Regional Police Public Relations Officer (PRO), Deputy Superintendent of
Police (DSP) Effia Tenge, confirmed the theft to the Ghanaian Times yesterday.
the police had retrieved one flat screen television set, two sewing machines,
six plastic chairs and one water drum from Okli.
DSP Tenge, said on March 19 around 5:55am, Okli
chartered a taxi to carry the goods from North Legon to Madina.
when the taxi driver suspected the items were stolen, he diverted his route and
went to the Agbogba Police Station to make a report.
Tenge said the suspect attempted to run away when the car stopped, but he was
pursued by the taxi driver and arrested, and was being detained in custody
pending further investigation.
PRO said efforts were been made by the police to trace the owner of the items.
Tenge commended the driver for his patriotism, and urged the public to assist
the police in crime prevention.
BY ANITA NYARKO-YIRENKYI
Credit: Source link