Obuasi Police mount search for fraudster

The Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Obuasi Divisional Police Command is mounting a search for a suspect, Eric Kouame Danoma, for committing several crimes.

The suspect is believed to have committed crimes of stealing, fraud and issuing of dud cheques.

He is believed to be in his late thirties and was the General Manager of Kofcans Company Limited, Obuasi.

He has defrauded several individuals and companies of thousands of Ghana cedis through the issuing of cheques in his personal name, some of which were dishonoured at the bank.

According to the police, on February 28, 2014, Danoma signed and issued a National Investment Bank (NIB) cheque for GH¢11, 250.00 but it was dishonoured upon presentation on March 3, 2014. He had bought 500 bags of cement for which he issued the cheque.

He is believed to have also absconded with a vehicle of the Kofcans company, a Hyundai H200 with registration number AS 9168 – 10.

He is also said to have transacted several businesses in his private capacity using the company’s name and documents.

He is believed to be hiding in Kumasi, Takoradi or Accra and the Obuasi Police is counting on the general public to assist in his arrest.

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