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General News of Wednesday, 7 August 2019


Keep looking for skeletons, we trust CID boss – Families of Takoradi girls

The Takoradi missing girls at the centre of the operations of the Police The Takoradi missing girls at the centre of the operations of the Police

The families of the Takoradi missing girls say they are holding on to promises of the CID boss that their daughters are alive, despite the discovery of human remains by the Police.

According to spokesperson for the aggrieved families, Michael Grant Hayford, they are not open to any other option beyond getting their relatives alive.

“The Police should keep on looking for the skeletons they are looking for, we believe the words of the CID boss, the national security minister and the interior minister that our girls are alive,” he told Morning Starr host Francis Abban.

Meanwhile, the Director of Public Affairs of the Ghana Police Service ACP David Eklu has disclosed that cloths and sandals believed to belong to one of the Takoradi missing girls were previously found at the place where fourth remains have now been discovered.

Despite the earlier discovery, the police could not trace the human body that has now been found at the premises where the key suspect was re-arrested after he broke cell.

“They earlier found clothing and sandals that they suspect belonged to one of the three missing ladies,” the police chief told Keminni Amanor on News Tonight on GhOne news.

Police in a statement today noted: “Police investigators today Aug 6, 2019, discovered a fourth set of human remains in a well at Nkroful new site at Takoradi.

“The remains were discovered at an uncompleted building where Samuel Willis Udutoek was re-arrested in connection with missing persons and later convicted for unlawful escape”.

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