A man has been apprehended by the Ghana Police Service for stealing digital plates for scraps in different parts of the country. The digital plates has an aluminum metal which is given to most houses in the country for easy identification. The man who was seen in a post on the instagram was holding a lot of the aluminum plates which is believed to be inscribed by the digital address. According to the report coming in suggests, the man has been apprehended by the Ghana Police Service and currently in the police custody for further investigations.
On 21st January, 2022, three scrap dealers who escaped arrest at American Farm, a suburb of Amanfro left behind 2 mangled aluminum digital address plates believed to have been stolen from houses in the community. Well this is quite different to hear happening in our Ghanaian society because most people can not keep quiet after the news broke out. Because many people have not notice such incident happening in our society as a man can go round stealing digital plates for scraps. It seems he has been doing this for a while because most people have been complaining of this issue for a while. Well nobody knows why he has been doing all these things to his own benefits.
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Congratulations to the Ghana Police Service for doing such a wonderful job for the Motherland Ghana. What at all can make a man do this all in the name of scraps? What is your taught about this issue happening in the country now adays?
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