Another terrible incident has happened in Bono Region and 3 police officers were alleged to have dirt on their clean hands with Innocent blood.
The family members of the deceased then storm the burial site and dig out the corpse and demand befitting.
Further into the news, it was revealed that, the murdered Man had a little issues with the police the breaking the car glass of a bank Manager in Bono.
This made the police to torture him for some moments and further led to his demise.
The family insisted for fair judgement and demand a good decision from the police headquarters in Bono.
Speaking on Angel TV this evening, The police Commander in Bono finally disclose that, 3 police men in Bono have been identified and alleged of involving themselves into that heinous crime.
The commander than added, those 3 police men has been suspended until full investigation is reached and the length of the matter is known.
This is very sad and below is the link to the video.
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