Woman cries for help in finding her stolen SUV
Madam Leticia Gyasi is pleading with the public, to help her locate her missing SUV. The car which was stolen on Sunday January 17 of this year, was on test drive when the unknown men kidnapped the driver and took the car away from East Legon, Accra. The car was on sale, and the unknown men was to test drive it with the driver, in other to make bidding for it. But ended up stealing the car, from Ofibia road in East Legon.
The car is an American model Mercedes Benz GLK 350 Sport, and runs on a 3.5L six cylinder engine. It was purchased from the US state of Colorado and shipped to Ghana last year, but delay in importation documentation, made the original buyer lose interest in the car. The car was to serve as a personal car for the original buyer, but the client couldn't wait for it because of the delays. She decided to sell it and pay back the client, and that was when two unknown men posed themselves as buyers who wanted to buy the car.
The men who were dressed in blue jeans and khaki shirts, with rounded faces and pointed noses, shown interest in the car only to steal it on the same day. They were two in number, one tall and one short. Both had bears on their faces, with strange tribal marks. They inspected the car and made offer for it, but decided to test drive it before making payments. Test driving a car before payments, is a normal activity buyers uses to make sure, they are buying the right car as shown.
It helps both the seller and the buyer to agree that, the car runs on the specific features as shown in the car specialization. The car was taken for a test drive around noon on Saturday 17 January, with the two men and the driver of the car. The used sleeping perfume to trick the driver of the car, kidnapped him and dumped him by an uncompleted house in Labadi, before taking the car away.
They became aware the car has been stolen when they couldn't trace the tracking device after thirty minutes of the test drive. They thought something might have been wrong with the tracking, until the evening of the January 17. They found the driver of the car on Monday afternoon almost lifeless, two days after the car was stolen. The GPS tracking was disabled from the car by the thieves, and has made tracking the car difficult. The case which is still at the East Legon Police department of the Accra Regional Police Headquarters, hasn't been solved because of the difficulty in tracing the car.
The car has a chassis number of WDCGG5GB3BF640938, and it is printed boldly on the windscreen of the driver's side mirror. It also shows Owners Preferred Program on the same windscreen. It comes with a registered port number of DP 2701 H which can be changed by the criminals. The car is a Palladium Silver Metallic in colour, but can be sprayed by the criminals to look different. Anywhere you see such car with the above description, kindly alert the near by police or call the police hotline 18555 and keep following the car for immediate assistance. The owners are ready to compensate you in kind and in huge monetary value for your services. Kindly call 0204066079 with any information leading to the whereabouts of the car. Madam Leticia Gyasi and family and calling on all manner of persons, to help the locate their missing car.
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