A man identified as Papa Gyapi in Western Region has been arrested for killing his girlfriend, Rita, a 27-year-old lady with a hammer after she refused to go on bed with him. The 42-year-old man stays at Shama-kumasi located in the Western Region of Ghana.
According to reports, the police public relations officer, DSP Olivia Ewurabina who confirmed the incident said that when the report was launched by an eye witness at the police station, she quickly rushed together with her team to the said location. According to her, when they got to the crime scene, the suspect locked the room and was seen holding a hammer threatening to hurt anyone who dare to break the door. But her men broke into the room to arrest him and saw the victim in a pool of blood with her head smashed by the hammer.
The Regional Crime Scene Management Team has since taken over the crime scene and the body deposited at the Effia Nkwanta Regional Referral Hospital morgue for preservation and autopsy. The suspect is also in the custody of the Shama Police to assist in the police investigation.
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