A suspected thief who robbed a church was captured after being trapped in a hole he followed to gain access to the building.
We learn that the suspect had created a hole inside the ground floor of the multi-storey building, but unfortunately got stuck in the hole.
The residents saw him make the hole, but chose to wait and watch. After making the hole, he went upstairs and stole some money belonging to the church. He also allegedly stole mobile devices.
However, he couldn't get out and the residents alerted the building guard after he was there for a while.
The guard opened the door and found the suspect trapped inside the hole. As he begged to be released, residents recovered the money from the offerings he had stolen.
He was also reportedly taken with a bag containing packaged phones, a computer and accessories that he had stolen from the church.
Reports also indicate that the total amount of the quest he stole was 200.00 GH ¢ or approximately 20 CFA miles.
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