The police in the Central Region have captured one Nicholas Ato Bronk Taylor, sweetheart to the level 300 understudy of the Cape Coast Technical University understudy who was purportedly killed throughout the end of the week at Cape Coast.
The departed, Nana Ama Clark, was found lying dead at the side of the road at OLA Estate close to OLA College of Education, Cape Coast.
The Public Relations Officer of the Central Regional Police Command, DSP Irene Oppong said suspect Bronk Taylor was captured during their examinations.
"He was taken to the Cape Coast District Court B and has been remanded into police authority by the court directed by Mrs. Bernice Ackom to return on May 31, 2022."
Prior the police said on May 13, 2022, around 9pm, the Police had data that a female grown-up was found lying dead at the street side at OLA Estate close to OLA College of Education, Cape Coast.
She said the police continued to the scene and found the body of an obscure individual matured around 24 years lying bare with her private part 'vagina' cut off and wounds on the body.
She said it was later that the person in question, was distinguished by the police.
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