The owner of iGoods Ghana Limited dealers in iPhones and accessories has been forced to shut down his business after a thief broke into his shop to wipe it clean.
In CCTV footage shared on social media by the business’ account, a male figure is seen collecting the phone one after the other from the display cabinet and shelves.
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Aside from the phones, the burglar took away protective cases, tamper glass and other items worth thousands of cedis from the shop located at Abossey Okai.
Alfred, the owner said in a statement that the shop would not be working until further notice and all orders have been put on hold.
Sad news lovely people our shop was broken into at 3am this dawn and everything in there was stolen. Pls note we will not be working untill further notice. All orders will be made when we resume. Kindly bare with us and remember us in ur prayers.
Alfred also used the opportunity to apologize to customers and/or anyone he might have wronged in the course of doing business. He promised to work on any shortcomings he has as prepare a backup plan to reopen the shop.
I don’t know what’s happening and I don’t want to drag things. I’ve seen all the comments both the good and bad ones, I here to apologise for everything.