Thief Trapped After Breaking Into Church At Techimantia; Video Drops

Thief Trapped After Breaking Into Church At Techimantia; Video Drops

- A thief recently broke into a Catholic church to steal at Techimantia

- He got caught after getting trapped in the same hole he used to enter the church

- A video of the incident has popped up online

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Luck ran out for a suspected thief at Techimantia in the Tano South District of the Ahafo region after he tried to steal from the Catholic Church in the town.

The thief, identified as Agya Asuo, got trapped in the church building after breaking in to steal some items.

According to a report monitored on UTV, Agya Asuo entered the church by chiselling a part of the down floor of the building.

Techimantia: Thief Trapped After Breaking Into Church To Steal
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While chiselling the building, the noise woke some people up and waited for him to enter before going to inform the caretaker of the church.

When the caretaker came to open the door of the church, they found the thief inside with some of the stolen items including offerings that had been kept in the building.

The group decided not to attack the thief or do anything to him but only asked him to go out of the building through the chiselled way he had made.

As if by design or God's intervention, Agya Asuo who is not big in stature and had squeezed himself through the hole to enter the church and steal could not go back through the same opening he had made.

He was later arrested and handed over to the police.

In other news, a sachet (pure) water seller in Kumasi has received praise for a selfless gesture she did.

The young lady turned herself into a traffic conductor at the Top High intersection. This was after the traffic light at the intersection which is on the Accra-Kumasi Highway went off.

Ghanaians have been praising the lady and have even suggested that she be employed as a police officer.

In other news on, Ghanaian referee Charles Bulu collapsed while officiating an Afcon 2021 qualifier between Ivory Coast and Ethiopia.

The referee was stretched off after falling to the ground in the 80th minute. The game was called off as the fourth referee was an Ivorian.

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