Attey pleaded guilty when he appeared before the court, presided over by Mr Michael Johnson Abbey, and was sentenced on his own plea.
On August 22, this year, the complainant bought agrochemicals at the Hohoe market, valued at GH₵719.00 and kept them in a sack.
Prosecutor said the compliant left the sack with the contents in the care of a mobile money vendor so she could buy other stuff in the market, but upon her return, she could not trace the sack and its contents.
The trader's investigations led her to one Ntifu who was holding some of the agrochemicals and was arrested and sent to the police station.
Chief Inspector Aziati said Ntifu mentioned Attey as the one, who gave the chemicals to him to keep.
The prosecutor said during investigations Attey stated that he sold greater portions of the agrochemicals to a man at the Hohoe yam market and led the police to the place, but the man was nowhere to be found.