On the 15th of October, 2021, it was reported that the bodies of two children aged 3 years were found in the back of passengers seat of a broken down Mercedes Benz saloon car that was packed at a mechanic shop in Alajo.
The police service on the 17th of October, 2021, which is today took to the Facebook platform to post a press release about the new development about the case.
According to the press release, the Ghana Police Service command at Nima, the Nima Divisional Police Command has commenced the investigation into the circumstances that led to the deaths of these two children at the mechanic shop.
The police service revealed that the bodies of the two children have been taken to the police hospital mortuary or morgue for preservation and autopsy after crime scene Expects examined the scene.
They also advised the guardians and parents of the two deceased children and others to take the safety of their children seriously and keep an eye on them at all times.
Below is the police press release posted on their social media platforms.
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