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Norway police appeal for Ghanaian jewel theft help. OSLO: Police are asking for assistance from the public about two named persons they are searching for following the recent theft of the Ghanaian crown jewels. One person, who goes by at least two names, Marcia Veronica Blas Valerio and Maria Elena Ayma Ludena, is indicted for the theft, according to officers. She was stopped at a police control in Sweden two days following the 10 October theft involving HRH King Otumfuo Osei Tute II of Ghana.

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Norway police appeal for Ghanaian jewel theft help

Published on Friday, 19th October, 2012 at 15:27 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson   .
Last Updated on 19th October 2012 at 16:19.

OSLO: Police are asking for assistance from the public about two named persons they are searching for following the recent theft of the Ghanaian crown jewels.

Marcia Veronica Blas Valerio/Maria Elena Ayma Ludena
Indicted for the theft of Ghanaian crown jewels in HRH King Otumfuo Osei Tute II's possessionMarcia Veronica Blas Valerio/Maria Elena Ayma Ludena
Photo: Oslo Police/Flickr


One person, who goes by at least two names, Marcia Veronica Blas Valerio and Maria Elena Ayma Ludena, is indicted for the theft, according to officers.

She was stopped at a police control in Sweden two days following the 10 October theft involving HRH King Otumfuo Osei Tute II of Ghana.

“We therefore know that she has recently been in Sweden and could still be staying there. This is the same woman in surveillance photos from the Plaza Hotel in Oslo,” officers say in a statement.

Oblitas Vidarte Monteza, aiding and abetting suspect
Oblitas Vidarte Monteza, aiding and abetting suspect
Oslo Police/Flickr
The other person, male Oblitas Vidarte Monteza,is suspected of aiding and abetting the robbery.

Police say they are also interested in information surround a dark-blue Swedish-registered metallic Fiat Brava vehicle, number plate JOD 977.

Four gold objects were found when Swedish police arrested the man at Stockholm Arlanda Airport whilst on his way out of the country, Thursday.

“Police are confident that two of these objects are among those that were stolen from the Ghanaian King,” they state.

Members of the public are asked to ring Oslo police with any information they may have on telephone (+47) 22 66 96 00, or via email: oslo.straffesak.orgkrim@politiet.no



Published on Friday, 19th October, 2012 at 15:27 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson   .
Last updated on 19th October 2012 at 16:19.

This post has the following tags: ghanakingrobberynorway, oslohotelrobbery.





  
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