- Unidentified thieves in the Ashanti Region of Ghana have gotten away with two coffins
- Residents in Mamponteng expressed their surprise about how the criminals were able to steal such an item
- One of the gentlemen who was sighted in the video shared that nothing of that sort has ever occurred or been heard of in the town
A video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Instagram page of GH Page TV has some young men of Mamponteng in the Ashanti Region of Ghana complaining that two coffins have been stolen from their shop.
One of the men showed where the thieves used as passage. A young man expressed how surprised he was, saying;
"I have lived in Mamponteng Kumerica for a long time and I have not witnessed something like this in my life. These thieves are very serious."
The video at the time of this publication has close to 2,000 views.
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GH Page TV shared the post with the caption;
Kumasi: Shameless thieves break into a coffin shop to steal two coffins
Watch the full video linked below;
Ghanaian man Allegedly Steals Sachets of Cerelac from a Shop in Accra
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the man is seen in the custody of the Ghana police with several witnesses.
A man who sounded like the robbery victim was heard revealing that he had been dealing with theft issues for a while but had finally caught one.
"They steal from me every day, so I have been monitoring them. I was just hoping for the right moment to catch them," the victim said.
A witness was also heard explaining that he had suspicions about the accused right after seeing him due to how he carried himself. The witness added that he heard people calling the accused out as a thief after sachets of cerelac dropped from his trousers.
Still on stealing, a 24-year-old Ghanaian lady narrated how she was sent to jail for stealing Ghc5 to buy food to feed her three hungry children.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Facebook page of Crime Check TV GH, Akua Akyaa recounted how she landed in prison.
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Source: Yen Ghana