2 Ghanaian old men caught stealing phones at Circle in Accra; CCTV video drops

2 Ghanaian old men caught stealing phones at Circle in Accra; CCTV video drops

- 2 Ghanaian men Emmanuel Noi, 64, and Christopher William Nii Offei, 49, were caught stealing phones in a shop at Circle

- They had entered the phone shop located at Tip Toe Lane pretending to enquire about some of the products on display before carrying out their ploy

- Unfortunately for them, the shop owner was monitoring everything on the CCTV camera

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Two grown men in Ghana have gotten themselves in trouble after they were caught red-handed stealing phones at a shop that is located at the Tip Toe Lane at Kwame Nkrumah Circle.

In a video that was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the YouTube channel of My News Ghana, it is indicated that the two men are 64 and 49 years old.

Named Emmanuel Noi, 64, and Christopher William Nii Offei, 49, they entered the mobile phone shop under the guise of buying a phone.

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2 Ghanaian old men caught stealing phones at Circle in Accra; eye-popping video drops
2 Ghanaian old men caught stealing phones at Circle in Accra; eye-popping video drops Credit: YouTube, My News Ghana
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In the process, Christopher William Nii Offei engaged the shop attendant in a conversation as a ploy to distract him while Emmanuel Noi stole the phone.

Fortunately for the shop owner and unfortunately for the duo, they were being monitored on a CCTV camera at the time and were apprehended instantly.

In the footage, the two men were seen being beaten by the shop owner and rudely interrogated on why they decided to undertake the ploy to steal.

The CCTV footage was also shown at the end of the video.

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Confirming the development to Accra-based Starr FM, the Volta Regional Police PRO, Sgt. Prince Dogbatse, said the deceased, Elizabeth Yesutor, informed her friends about the abusive nature of Kumah.

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