The Arrest Of An Iphone Scammer.

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Kwesi Nyanteh a 30 year old man was arrested for stealing two pieces of iphone Promax valued Ghc15, 000 cedis.

Hanks Dogbeyiah, a phone dealer at city lights, Kokomlemle in Accra received a phone call from Kwesi Nyanteh who claimed that his boss a police officer, wanted to purchase an iphone Promax.

Upon negotiations, Kwesi Nyanteh left for the National police headquarters with Hanks Dogbeyiah and the two iphones, under pretext of showing them to his boss.

Hanks Dogbeyiah was made to wait at the reception of the Public Affairs Directorate on reaching the police headquarters, while Kwesi Nyanteh left with the two iphones under pretense of showing them to his boss who was a police officer.

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Hanks Dogbeyiah waited for hours for Kwesi Nyanteh, but he never returned. He was informed by one police man to have been scammed.

Upon investigations, Kwesi Nyanteh was tracked down with the aid of his GPS location on his phone. He was nabbed at Ablekuma in Accra.

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Kwesi Nyanteh was charged with stealing and sent to court. There he pleaded not guilty. Miss Evelyn Asamoah the presiding Judge, decided to grant him a bill of Ghc70, 000 after Ebenezer Gyamerah pleaded for bail for the accused.

However, Prosecuting Chief Inspector, Emmanuel Haligah did not oppose to the bill, but asked of the court to set out conditions that will compel the accuser to court.

The Court ordered Kwesi Nyantah to be reporting to the Police every Wednesday.