Electrician Remanded For Stealing
The Bekwai Circuit Court has remanded Victor Osei a 26-year-old electrician who allegedly stole spare parts worth GH¢8,000.
Victor denied entering the store of Collins Boakye to steal the items. He is to appear in court again on June 14, 2022. Police Chief Inspector Christian Amartey told the court presided over by Mr. Mark Tair- ima Diboro that the complainant, Boakye was a driver whilst the accused person, Victor was an electrician, all residing in Ampabame No.2 near Trede.
He said, on May 8, 2022, around 3:30 pm, the complainant noticed that someone had stolen his Daihatsu Hijet and Opel Corsa spare parts with three water tanks, a back axle, front absorber, five lower arms, seven front hobs, two brake discs, a spring one puller, a brake pad, two exhaust pipes and two steering rags all worth GH¢8,000.
The Prosecutor said the complainant started his investigation and found out that the accused, was the person who stole the spare parts.
Chief Inspector Amartey said a report was made at Trede Police Station which led to the arrest of the accused person. He said Osei accepted the offense in his cautioned statement and led the police to fetch the items from a scrap shop at Nkoranza where he sold them at GH¢400 to a 14- year- old boy, a witness in the case.
After investigations, the accused person was charged and put before the court.