When we thought robbery and theft are on descendency because of the timely intervention and good works of the new IGP Dampare, It has emerged today in a video that these petty thefts are still on the rise. These criminals are doing anything just to survive and it is very disheartening.
Earlier today, ace journalist Caleb Kudah who works at Citi Tv has posted a video of a guy allegedly stealing from an apartment at Roman Ridge a place they popularly call the Engineers Center. In the video shared by Caleb Kudah, a man who is seen in a white top with a black trouser to match alighted from a small car and walked into the apartment. This man went straight to where the CCTV camera was fixed and tempered with it. He did that so that his face won't be captured by the camera.
After successfully doing that, he picked a television set from the building and left. According to Caleb Kudah, the police are on a man hunt for the alleged criminal. Let's see how it unfolds.
What do you think about this news? Do you think he will be caught? Let us know what you think in the comment section.
Watch video of the theft here https://www.facebook.com/100001471388893/posts/4497673980291604/?app=fbl
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