-Some contents of the missing bag of quiz mistress, Dr. Elsie Effah Kaufmann have been found
-The items were returned by a stranger
-The items were sent to the University of Ghana Campus
There have been some updates on the issue of the missing bag of Dr. Elsie Effah Kaufmann, quiz mistress of the National Science and Maths Quiz. Information reaching us is that, some contents of the bag have been returned.
The items were reportedly sent to the University of Ghana Campus by a stranger. Among the items that were returned included the Driver’s license and ATM cards of the quiz mistress. The items were in a purse that was also in the handbag along with an unconfirmed amount of money
However, the money in the purse was not part of the items that have been returned.
Dr. Elsie Effah Kaufmann’s sister, Belinda Yaa Dankwaa Effah, gave recent developments on the missing purse on her Facebook wall. She added that even though the money was gone, her sister needed her bag back since there were other important documents also in the bag aside her Driver’s License and Automated Teller Machine cards.
The identity of the person who returned the items is unknown. According to Belinda Yaa Dankwaa Effah, her sister appreciates the fact that some of her personal effects have been returned. They are however hopeful that the culprit would return all the other contents in the bag as well.
There have been CCTV images of someone believed to be the culprit behind the missing bag. The footage has been taken to the police and they are using it as evidence to trace the suspect.
As it stands now, the other contents including the said handbag are yet to be returned to the rightful owner.
Dr. Elsie Effah Kaufmann’s handbag got missing after she awarded Prempeh College for winning this year’s National Science and Maths quiz competition when they went up against Adisadel College and St. Thomas Aquinas Senior High Schools.
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