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Sometimes its unbelievable to hear the sort of wicked things some innocent looking people do unto others not just unto strangers but people closer to them.
A young man who booked a hotel room (Nana Gyimah Hotel) at Kokomlemle in Accra on the eve of March 1st and later had a female visitor believed to be his girlfriend was arrested after the lady was found deceased in the room the following morning.
Efia Tenge, Head of Public Affairs Unit of the Accra Police Command revealed that the 25-year-old suspect Isaac Mensa, left the hotel on March 2nd without informing the hotel management and few hours later after the stuff smelled a suspicious scent coming out of the room, they broke into the room and saw the lady who visited Isaac lying dead on the bed.
The hotel, according to the police did not have a CCTV coverage that can aid investigations.
Isaac Mensah, the suspect was however arrested by the police after he reportedly disclosed to his friends the hotel he stayed in on March 1. He will appear before court in no time.
More details about this issue will be updated to followers.
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