All sort of crimes are seem to be occurring in the Eastern Region. Just recently, armed robbers stormed Eastern Region and attacked a guesthouse at Akyem Asuom while some were arrested at Akyem Osiem. Now, human trafficking has began at Adeiso in the Eastern Region and it involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex act.
However, an unknown lady was suspected by his brother of involving herself in an unsafe deals because she always embarks on trips abroad and engages unknown travel agents. She mostly put posters on the wall that states ‘Travel abroad’ to trap and lure the people who are interested in working at abroad into human trafficking.
The brother of the lady reported the case to the police station and led the police to the hideout of the suspects (traffickers). When the police got to the hideout, they found nine (9) suspects with eleven (11) females and a male.
The eleven (11) females and a male were rescued whiles the nine (9) suspects were arrested by the police for investigations.
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