- A young man and a middle-aged woman have been filmed by a CCTV camera stealing from a wine shop at Tema Community 9
- The young man and the middle-aged woman are alleged to be a mother and her son
- A video of the mother-son duo stealing from the wine shop has gone viral
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A middle-aged woman and a young man have been filmed by a CCTV camera stealing from a wine shop at Tema Community 9.
The police are yet to confirm the incident and details about the young man and the woman.
But information circulating on social media indicates that the pair are mother and son.
The footage shows the woman's appearance clad in dark attire while her son wore a dark shirt over faded jean trousers and a nose mask.
From their attires, one could easily tell that they were still mourning the loss of a loved one.
In the video circulating online, the young man is seen carefully unboxing the expensive wine he took from the shelf and passing it to his mother, who goes ahead to hide it beneath her outfit.
The young man is also seen stealing wine and hiding it in his faded jean trousers.
The mother-son duo proceeds to the counter to pay for what they originally bought.
Unknown to the pair, CCTV cameras had captured them stealing and hiding other items from the wine shop.
Owners of the wine shop shared the video to appeal to the public for information on the two and are requesting people to contact them.
Watch the video below.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a taxi driver has proven that there are still people with hearts of gold after he returned items a client left in his car to the Tema Community 1 Police Station.
According to social media user Addrey Nathaniel, on June 3, Nathaniel Aboyo of Aboyostudios Portraits unknowingly left his camera, photo frame, a hard drive containing tons of photos belonging to clients, an album, and other important gadgets in a taxi he boarded to Tema Community 1.
Addrey recounts that all efforts to trace the taxi or the driver proved futile.
In other news, Ghanaian software engineer, Anna Addei, has joined the PowerPoint team of tech-giant Microsoft.
Addei's achievement places her in an integral part of Microsoft as an African woman in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths (STEM).
Her journey to Microsoft began with a recruitment programme at Microsoft that aims at tapping into African tech talents in African universities.
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