Police in Accra say they have begun investigations into burglaries at three offices including that of Gloria Akuffo, former deputy Attorney General and lead counsel for the NPP legal team.
Accra Regional Police PRO DSP Freeman Tettey told Joy News the police have gathered some information on the incident.
He said the police discovered that the burglars broke into three offices at the Pyramid House on Saturday, those of a mining company, an international bank, and the law firm.
He said preliminary investigations indicate that, “so far, nothing has been discovered missing from the two of the offices broken into. It is only the office of the mining company that has one of its laptops stolen, but the entire offices that were affected were actually in a mess with things scattered all over.”
DSP Freeman Tettey said no suspects have been arrested but investigations are ongoing.
Joy News’ Beatrice Adu, who visited the scene of the crime, said workers of the affected offices reported to work wearing unhappy faces.
Some of them told her they were not feeling safe and wondered how the burglars could dare to break into the building when CCTVs were fully installed at the place.
A lady who identified herself as an administrator said she suspected that the robbers stood on her chair at the front office to jump through a window to get into one of the offices.