Two suspected thieves who allegedly charge for stealing Tv, Laptop and wrist watches have been remanded in prison custody by an Accra Circuit Court.
Anthony Abeiku, 22 years, fuel attendant, Mahuya Ibrahim, 66 year-old scrap dealer were the suspects while one Ahmed is currently on run.
They were charge in three court, stealing, and abetment of crime.
They pleaded not guilty to the charge and the case adjourn to January 16, 2022.
Prosecuting Chief Inspector Samuel Ahiabor opposed to grant of bail for the accused persons.
He urged that Abeiku was an ex-convict who allegedly has been involved in series of criminal cases.
Chief Inspector Ahiabor told the Court presided over by Mrs Kizita Naa Quashie that the complainant parry Kwadwo Adade was a banker, who lived at Sakumono estate while the accused persons lived at Ashiaman.
He said on January 7, 2022 Mr Adade returns from work and detected that someone had broken into his room.
He realised that his items including 55inches Samsung Tv valued Gh¢5,000, a 40inches TV valued Gh¢ 3000, a Dell laptop cost Gh¢ 5000, a tablet cost Gh¢2000 and three Wrist watches valued Gh¢ 3000 had been stolen.
Mr Adade reported to the police at Sakumono District branch and investigations was conducted into the matter with the message sent across in search of the suspects.
On December 24, last year Abeiku was arrested for partaking in series of robbery and stealing cases with Ahmed with Accra, Ashiaman, Tema and it's environs.
He admitted his offence and disclosed that Ahmed has been involved.
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