4 Chinese nationals in police grips for allegedly stealing electricity cables

4 Chinese nationals in police grips for allegedly stealing electricity cables

  • Four Chinese nationals have been arrested for allegedly stealing large quantities of electricity cables
  • The suspects, Liu Lianwei, 38, Su Meng, 55, Tuan Xiuwei, 41, and Zhang Chenming, 55 were apprehended in the Eastern region
  • The Chinese nationals were reportedly smuggling 30 bundles of electricity cables and some quantities of unbundled cables with the seal of Ministry of Energy

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News reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that four (4) Chinese nationals have been arrested for allegedly stealing large quantities of electricity cables.

The suspects, Liu Lianwei, 38, Su Meng, 55, Tuan Xiuwei, 41, and Zhang Chenming, 55 were apprehended in the Eastern region.

In a report filed by StarrNews, the National Security Operatives from the Eastern region arrested the Chinese nationals at CK Aluminum Company Limited at Nsawam Adoagyiri upon intelligence report.

4 Chinese nationals in police grips for allegedly stealing electricity cables
4 Chinese nationals in police grips for allegedly stealing electricity cables Photo credit: StarrNews
Source: UGC

The Chinese nationals were reportedly smuggling 30 bundles of electricity cables and some quantities of unbundled cables with the seal of Ministry of Energy to an unknown destination.

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The truck containing the loot was intercepted and impounded by the Eastern Regional Police Command.

The suspected stolen items were offloaded at the forecourt of the Police Headquarters under the supervision of National Security and Police Thursday evening at about 7:30 pm.

The four suspects have been detained by the police to assist the investigation.

In other news

Some students of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, KNUST are injured following some misunderstanding between Unity and University Halls early Sunday morning.

School properties within the Great Hall were destroyed by the students. The incident is believed to have started due to disagreement over vetting for Student Representative Council aspirants.

A student who forms part of the management council of Kantanka Hall explained how serious the situation went with the looting of school property.

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