The recent spike in crime, robbery, murder and insecurity in the country is increasingly becoming a threat to the peace of this nation.
Residents and people of Feyiase, a community in the Bosomtwe District of the Ashanti Region has been thrown into a state of shock and disbelief over the headless body of a middle aged man at a nearby forest in the area.
According to Joy News' Ashanti Regional correspondent Nana Yaw Gyimah, some residents found the headless body of the man dumped on a pathway in the area on Sunday afternoon and alerted the Police immediately. A search party of police officer and community members wanting to probe further found the head, a mobile phone and a wallet containing cash about 20 metres away from the location of the body.
A resident in the area is said to have heard the cry and screams which stopped briefly but didn't bother going to search for the source. The victim's head was found with many cuts of machete and is also said to be unknown in the area.
Police search also found a white Toyota vitz vehicle few metres away from the scene and has began investigations into the matter. The body has since been deposited at the Pramso hospital morgue for further autopsy.
This is the fourth time in this year a headless body has been found in underdeveloped areas and surburbs of the Region. Two ladies at Abrepo and one woman at Adoato.
Source: Joy News
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