Unknown assailant shot and killed a 45-year-old unidentified pillion rider at the Opeikuma Junction traffic light in the Awutu Senya East Municipality.
At the Opeikuma Junction traffic light, the deceased was allegedly assaulted by two men riding a black royal motorcycle from the opposite direction.
The Kasoa Divisional Police Command received a complaint of a man being shot dead in the area about 0900 hours on Wednesday, March 31, according to the Police PRO.
Initial investigations revealed that two men on a black royal motorcycle heading in the opposite direction at the Opeikuma junction traffic light, armed with a shotgun, got down and assaulted the deceased, according to DSP Oppong.
According to her, the armed men shot the victim in the face, took the brown envelope he was carrying, and fled.
The body has since been deposited at the Police Hospital Mortuary in Accra for processing, identification, and autopsy as part of the investigation, according to the Police PRO.
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