A beautiful Police police woman whose name has been withheld is reportedly been stabbed several times to death at her own residence at Damongo in the Savannah Region by unknown persons.
The incidence is reportedly to have happened just today on the 2nd day of August, 2021.
The police constable was found lying in a pool of blood all around her with deep wounds believed to be knife stabs
She was quickly rushed to hospital but on the arrival of the West Gonja District Hospital, she was pronounced already dead. The body has since been deposited at the West Gonja District Hospital pending for further investigation
Meanwhile, the police has hinted that her boyfriend is highly suspected to be behind the gruesome Murder and has since launched and manhunt for him.
Ghana Police Service has also stated that they are already far advance in telling the family of the deceased and have also assured the public that they will update with any new developments
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