Efia Tenge, Head of Public Affairs Unit of the Accra Police Command portraying the conditions prompting the capture of 25-year-old Isaac Mensa, said an associated case with murder was accounted for to the Nima Police.
She said the administration of the inn announced that a specific man came to book a room.
He later had a female guest who is presently perished. Mr Mensah left the lodging on March 2, and stayed away forever. The suspect brought with him two cell phones and different assets of the expired.
Efia Tenge said the presume sold one of the telephones and cashed out all the cash on the other phone once he dashed from the lodging.
The lodging the executives broke into the room and after they smelled an insufferable odor from the room. They saw the expired still on the bed in blood.
That was the point at which they chose to report the episode to the police.
In light of this data, the Police continued with examinations and captured Mr Mensa at Mampong.
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