Some Residents of Jirapa have beaten up a suspected thief by Name Richard Bayuo for attacking a man with a cutlass to collect his money and snatch his mobile phone.
The incident happened in Jirapa during dawn and luck eluded him when some strong abled men caught him in the process. He pleaded to be set free after his hands were tied to his back and locked to a log of dry wood.
Several questions were thrown to him regarding his operations and he admitted stealing but denied snatching a phone from anyone.
He had since been handed over to the police for further investigations to be carried out.
Meanwhile the Upper West Regional Commander of Police, ACP Peter Ndekugri had assured the Region he will clamp down on notorious miscreants, he added that unregistered motorbikes will not be tolerated to move on the road, he added that the public should report suspicious activities and movements anywhere within the region for the police to be able to fight it.
He went further by urging assembly man to volunteer information for crime to be fought and concluded that his district commanders should exchange contacts with the various Assembly members in order to be able to access relevant information when the need arises.
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