The man's body was seen as attached to a palm tree, with plantains alongside it.
There were likewise stones, sticks and squares adjacent to his body, thought to have been utilized by obscure people to kill him.
The man is accounted for to have ventured out from home on Friday, 6 May 2022 and stayed away forever.
The gathering part and youth of the local area, along with the man's family subsequently mounted a quest for himself and tracked down his dead body, attached to the Palm tree on Saturday, 7 May 2022.
The body of the departed likewise had cuts on it.
Affirming the occurrence, the legislative official for the area, Cephas Arthur, told Class FM's Central Regional reporter, Nana Tawiah that, the man was the third to have been tracked down dead locally soon.
The get together part, who moaned about the upsurge in the lynching of people thought to have participated in robbery locally, demonstrated that the departed used to work at a Super market at Mankessim.
He anyway thought that the departed might have been purposefully killed for another explanation, at the same time, his executioners made it seem as though he was battered to the point of death for burglary.
The body of the departed has since been stored at the Saltpond Government medical clinic funeral home for protection and dissection.
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