The world we live in is not safe anymore as killing has become an issue of concern everyday. People can kill for anything and it is becoming so unbearable. Wickedness is in increase rate in the country day in and day out. Information reaching us indicates that, a young man has been murdered in a phone shop at Lapaz in the Greater Accra Region.
The report was monitored on UTV by Ahomka.News. According to the information, these criminals entered the shop early this dawn and pounced on the innocent man when they tried to ransack the shop. He was stabbed to death in the process and the phones in the shop were stolen. They saw CCTV cameras in the shop so they quickly destroyed everything since there were afraid it could reveal their identity and what they did.
The name of the young man is Ankomah and he is in his 30s who sleep in the shop everyday even when he closes from work. The owner of the shop said it looks strange to him because, it will be hard for Ankomah to open the door of the shop even when you knock so he is wondering how these people entered and did this evil to him. They are not really sure whether it is armed robbers or someone he has a little misunderstanding with.
It is not clear whether they picked money in addition but the police have since arrived the scene and investigations have started. Though the CCTV cameras were destroyed but definitely there will be a gist of revelation on how everything started. The body of the deceased has been deposited in the morgue as investigation has begun.
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