Hunor Kofi Koko alias Ando Kofi aged 30 and Anani Koko aged 23 were declared wanted after they were suspected of having a hand in the kidnapping and the murder of one Cornelius Doe Negble in the Volta Region, at the beginning of this year.
The police say they were rounded up from their hideout in Vugah, a town near Lome by Interpol in a special operation after they were placed on the global police wanted list.
However, the two suspects are not the only involved, the police said.
"Efforts are underway to arrest the third suspect Morris Etse. He is advised to surrender to the nearest Police Station or be fished out from his hideout."
Murder Suspects Arrested in Togo
Suspects Hunor Kofi Koko alias Ando Kofi aged 30 and Anani Koko aged 23 on the Police wanted list for the kidnapping and murder of one Cornelius Doe Negble in the Volta Region, have been arrested at their hide-out at Vugah town near Lome in Togo and handed over to the Ghana Police Service by the Interpol.
Efforts are underway to arrest the third suspect Morris Etse. He is advised to surrender to the nearest Police Station or be fished out from his hide-out.
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