CCTV Captures Thief who Returned to Allegedly Steal Again in Same House; Video Emerges

CCTV Captures Thief who Returned to Allegedly Steal Again in Same House; Video Emerges

  • A man has been captured by closed-circuit television (CCTV) entering a house to carry away a 55 inch TV
  • The suspect allegedly stole the TV from an apartment at Roman Ridge in Accra on Thursday, August 26
  • The culprit returned a week later with another suspect to steal from the same house
  • The theft incident has been reported at the Kotobabi Police Station

A surveillance camera has captured the moments a man drove to an apartment at Roman Ridge in Accra to allegedly steal a 55 inch smart TV and laptop.

In a clip seen on the Facebook page of Caleb Kudah, a Citi FM/TV journalist, he disclosed that the suspect drove in on Thursday, August 26, 2021, at 11:19 am and tampered with the CCTV camera before making away with the properties.

According to Kudah, the suspect reportedly returned with an accomplice to steal from the house at the same time, whilst residents were at work.

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CCTV Captures Thief who Returned to Allegedly Steal Again in Same House; Video Emerges
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Source: Facebook

The suspects have been reported to the Kotobabi Police Station and law enforcement personnel are on a manhunt to capture them.

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Recounting the theft incident on his Facebook page, Kudah asked for help in finding the thieves. He wrote:

''Please help find and report a thief! He drove in on Thursday, August 26, 2021, at 11:19 am, tampered with the CCTV camera and made away with a 55 inch smart TV and a laptop at an apartment in Roman Ridge, opposite The Institute of Engineer's Center, popularly called the Engineers Center,'' he recounted.

He continued:

''While Police at Kotobabi are on a manhunt for him, he is reported to have returned to do more stealing with an accomplice exactly a week later at the same time when residents were mostly at work.
''They were seen this time, so they ‘took to their heels. Please, share this. Also, be on guard. These guys are unrelenting. They can be brutal too.''

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Watch the video below:

Thief allegedly caught stealing forced to dance 'Azonto'

The video of the ladies comes after a young man was allegedly caught stealing by civilians and was compelled to dance as they captured him on camera with their phones.

In the video seen by YEN.com.gh, the alleged thief is seen displaying his dance moves in a tentative manner whilst some young men videoed him as punishment for stealing.

The young man, whose name is unknown, could be seen dancing, as the faceless young men captured his moves with excitement.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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