Man Tied To Electric Pole For Stealing Goats and Sheep

Physinews: A man believed to be in his late 30s has been
tied to an electricity transmission pole by a
watch dog committee at Awutu Breku in the
Central Region Of Ghana for stealing 15 goats and sheep
Tuesday dawn.

A member of the watch dog committee, Kojo
Adawu told Adom News’ Kofi Adjei that three
other accomplices are on the run.
According to him, residents at Awutu Breku and
its surrounding communities have for some
time now been recording cases of goats and
sheep theft.

He said as a result the watch dog committee
put surveillance measures in place to track and
arrest the suspects who had gone to steal from
a different town.

“Residents are always complaining of goat
thefts in the area and so we tracked these
people who were in a taxi cab. We stopped the
taxi and was able to arrest one but the others
have escaped. But we will arrest them very
soon” he said.

Meanwhile, Kofi Adjei who is currently at the
scene reported on Adom News that residents
have refused to transfer the suspect to the
police station but have resorted to tying him to
an electric pole for public viewing.

The taxi cab used for the robbery he said has
also been damaged by the watchdog
committee members.

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