A GFA security man, Mickey, is in the custody of the Nima police after he was arrested for stealing thousands of jerseys, football boots, track suits and other equipments shipped by Puma for the Black Stars.
Ghanasportsonline.com investigations reveal that Micky was arrested upon a tip off by a good Samaritan who posed as a customer.
Mickey, according to our sources, has been making business out of every consignment that PUMA sends to the GFA. By which ever means, Mickey has a spare key to the office where the brand new Black Stars jerseys are kept and has opened a jersey shop in Nima where he sells the stolen items.
An unsuspected customer who was looking for a Black stars jersey to buy within the Nima vicinity met an agent of the GFA security man, Mickey, who told him they have in large quantities the original jerseys of the Black Stars for sale.
The agent then led him to their secret ware house in Nima; the customer who suspected them of stealing the jerseys alerted the GFA officials who went back with him and some policemen in mufti under the guise of going to buy in large quantities.
Mickey and his agent who led the customer and the police men in mufti were arrested upon reaching the secret warehouse. Police investigations are ongoing.
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