30 May 2022
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The killers of the suspected plantain thief,Caleb who was stoned to death at Mankessim in the Central Region;Mfantseman Municipality has been remanned by the police.
The Mankessim District Magistrate Court has remanded three persons into prison custody for a month for allegedly lynching a neighbour suspected to be a plantain thief at Mankessim Krofu in the Central Region.
The incident took place on Saturday, May 7, 2022, at a bush near the Mankessim Health Center.
These three suspects have been identified as Isaac Osei,age 25, John Amissah,age 39, and Samuel Ampah, age 54.
Police, however, retrieved one of the suspects’ phones from the crime scene.Upon switching on the phone, the suspects called claiming ownership of it, so they were asked to meet at an agreed location to collect it.
Here is the photo of the plantain Caleb sold;
The deceased has been identified as Caleb Ocran, a resident at Mankessim Krofu.
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