The central regional police has commenced investigation into the alleged murder of a 65 year old woman, Ama Baduaa, at Assin Bereku , in the Central Region. The body of Baduaa was cut into two parts and buried at two separate places at the outskirt of the town by unknown persons.
A basin containing plantain sucker, maize, cutlass and a red scarf, which were believed to belong to Baduaa were found about 20 meters away from the crime scene . The police received a report of a dead person on 16 August ,the body was retrieved from the bush and was identified as Baduaa.
The central Regional Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Irene Oppong who confirmed the story , said the police together with the District Chief Executive for the area , Ohene Andoh , and elders of the town visited the crime scene. DSP Oppong said they found carcass and parts of the human body buried in sand.
DSP Oppong said the body was deposited at Assin Foso St. Francis Xavier Hospital mortuary for preservation and Autopsy ,but the decapitated head has not been found.
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