Barber remanded for stealing | Ghana News Agency (GNA)


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By
Charles Tawiah, GNA

Nkawie (Ash), Sept. 11, GNA – The Nkawie
Circuit Court has remanded a 23-year-old barber into prison custody for
stealing.

Kwame Vincent is said to have stolen GH¢ 3,000.00
from a provision shop behind his barbering saloon at Abusuakuruwa in the Kumasi
Metropolis.

He pleaded not guilty and would reappear
before the Court presided over by Mr Michael Johnson Abbey, on September 16,
this year.

Police Inspector Ruth Gborson told the Court
that, the complainant was a provision store owner behind the suspect’s
barbering shop.

She said on August 21, this year, the
complainant detected the theft of the money and asked his youngest child who
was left to take care of the shop on that day.

The prosecutor said the child told the
complainant that, the suspect came to the shop, took the money and warned him
not to tell his father else an image in his (suspect’s) handkerchief would kill
him.

Inspector Gborson said after hearing this from
the child, the complainant made a report to the Tanoso Police who arrested the
suspect and after investigations, brought him before the court.

GNA


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