Body of 19 years old missing Okada rider found in a bush at Dwenase in the Wiase Municipality of the Western North Region.
Parents of the dead boy claims their ward left home for work on Monday, but he was never seen until he was discovered dead.
Kofi Adade said a resident, who had gone to the bush to pluck mangoes heard a phone ringing in the bush, searching for the source of the sound he saw the boy lying dead.
Mr. Adade who was on a road construction job in the area said his instincts set in immediately and run to the place.
He made it clear that, the deceased had bruises on his forehead and a wide cut on his mouth and throat.
According to Mr. Adade, doctors confirmed his observation, but they said the throat was due to decomposition but rather not a cut.
Meanwhile his motorbike was no where to be found, So as at now, residents and the police are suspecting it was a robbery attack.
The body is in the Mortuary as Police carries out investigation, assuring to put all measures in place to arrest the culprits.
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