A 22-year-old cabbie and his 20-year-old associate have been captured by the police in the Eastern Region for having some ruined bones suspected to be human bones.
The two suspects, Awatey David Okra (the cabbie) and Amenuvor Nicholas (the accessory) were greeted by about three inhabitants of Kwamekyere, a local area close to Coaltar in the Ayensuano District on April 7, 2021.
Instructions Ghanaweb Eastern Regional Correspondent, the Acting Eastern Regional Police Public Affairs Officer, Sergeant Francis Gomado, said “on April 8, 2021, at 12.40hrs, the unit board administrator of Kwamekyere Electoral Area, Aware Isaac (38yrs) along with one Aquah Emmanuel (30yrs) helped by one Akoto Thurkson captured presume driver Awatey David Okra and Amenuvor Nicholas.”
He said Aware Isaac announced that on April 7, 2021, at about 10:30pm, upon intel got, they captured a Daewoo taxi with reg No. GE 5063-15 with Awatey and Amenuvor ready and driving from Suhum towards Kwamekyere.
“One other tenant figured out how to escape with a skillet containing some unidentified materials and when an inquiry was led in the taxi, it uncovered a dark bag containing some old bones associated to be that with human bones.
“Suspects were re-captured and when questioned, they asserted to have been sent by one Djoka of Niifio close to Suhum to convey the speculated issues that remains to be worked out fixation cleric named Gagba of Kwamekyere town.
“Police along with the two speculates visited the altar of the said Gagba yet he was not met. Regardless, Police detected a recently covered pot inside the premises containing an old skull additionally suspected to be a human skull and a container loaded down with obsession formal attire.
“The suite case with the bones, the pot containing the skull, and the skillet with its substance were held for evidential purposes while the two suspects are confined for additional examination,” the Police PRO described.
Sergeant Gomado said endeavors are in progress to follow and catch different associates and furthermore to send the bones and the skull to the Police Hospital funeral home for protection, assurance, assessment, and recognizable proof.