The Ghana Police Service led by the Bono Regional Police command has Received another top notch evidence against Richard Gyamfi Appiah who murdered the innocent boys at Abesim. The evidence included two sharp cutlasses covered all over with blood.
" Two sharp cutlasses used to commit the crime by the suspect has been retrieved and handed over to the appropriate Authorities for further action" A portion of the official release read.
The forensic unit deployed from Accra by the acting Inspector General of Police Akufo Dampare did a good job in acquiring the exhibits.
The Police Service made this known in a press release. They also highlighted on a Counselling and psychological support for the Affected families and police Officers who led the retrieval of the evidence.
The town of Abesim was thrown into a state of mourning after human flesh was found in the fridge of Richard Gyamfi Appiah. Investigations still continues. Check out the police release below.
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