Supreme Court Security Arrests A Man For Car Theft

Supreme Court Security Arrests A Man For Car Theft

Supreme Court Security Arrests A Man For Car Theft

The suspect/ starrfmonline

The Supreme Court of Ghana witnessed drama today, January 5, 2016 when a yet to be identified middle-aged man attempted to steal one of the newly imported cars for judicial service workers.

According to Starr News, the man came to the premises of the court with a mechanic to break into one of the vehicles so he could drive away.

Supreme Court Security Arrests A Man For Car Theft

The new cars earmarked for judicial staff/starrfmonline.com

Luck, however, eluded him as security officials at the court caught them in the act. The security officials handed him over to the police for further investigations after he was briefly held by the court security.

Meanwhile, members of the judicial service have started sharing the cars among themselves hours after the incident happened.

 

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