A Pastor and 3 others have been captured at Abura Batayaa in the Abura Asebu Kwamankese District of the Central Region for endeavour to bootee a grave.
Addressing the media, the Assembly Member for region Godlove Blankson said the charged were caught at 12 PM on Tuesday, March 30 with cutlasses, schnapps, scoops, eggs, bubbled sweet potato, pick-hatchet among others at a close by the graveyard.
The Assemblyman added that the speculators had expected to borrow and take human skeleton as a feature of the bearings given to them by their profound dads.
He added that they were maybe, going to utilize the human skeletons for cash ceremonies.
The Assemblyman, nonetheless, uncovered that the presumes to call that there's gold in the burial ground so they were there to uncover it.
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He further unveiled that numerous burial chambers in the region have been delved and plundered in the past along these lines the suspects are suspected to have submitted those demonstrations.
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