Information reaching Blind_Justice has it that one of the suspected car snatchers from the twin city Sekondi-Takoradi has been identified. According to Nhiraba Paa Kwesi Simpson of Takoradi-based Connect FM, the suspect called the victim demanding a ransom for the release of his car.
The taxi driver was asked to transfer an amount of three thousand Ghana Cedis (GHC3,000.00) to have the car released. The driver was smart in identifying the suspect through the MTN Momo number he got from the snatcher.
The name on the Momo account was searched on Facebook, and an image was retrieved for identification by the victim. The driver confirms in affirmative that he [suspect] was the one he met before the car was taken away.
The police have been informed about this, and the gentleman has been placed on a wanted list. Already the police are closing in on this lead and it is expected the suspect and his group will be arrested soon.
The incident happened on Friday evening. The innocent driver was called by the car snatchers to transport them to a place but they cunningly sent the driver to buy something for them at a provision store close by before they start the journey.
Just when he was returning, he saw his car being driven away. He has been robbed!
The driver went into shock and fell. It took passersby to rush him to the hospital for emergent care. Upon gaining consciousness, the driver narrated what happened to the police.
Unresolved Car Theft
On 8th July 2021, three taxi drivers were sedated by car snatchers at Takoradi Vienna Beach. Their 2021 vehicles were taken away by these thieves.
Per reports that were filed, the thieves invited them over for a drink at the spot after assurance of boarding their cars to another place that weekend.
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