Police deploy special team to Bole over three mysterious deaths

Source The Ghana Report

The Ghana Police Service has deployed a specialised team to Bole and its surrounding areas in the Savannah Region to assist the Regional Police Command in investigating three reported cases of unnatural deaths over the past six months.

The experts include a crime scene management team, forensic experts, intelligence officers and homicide investigators who are in the region to work with the Regional Command on the cases.

Police visibility and patrols have been significantly increased, and additional operational officers have been deployed to the town and neighbouring communities to enhance security.

The service, in a statement issued on June 7 and signed by the Director of Public Affairs, ACP Grace Ansah-Akrofi, said, “the Police are working closely with the traditional and religious leaders as well as the community members to resolve this unfortunate situation.”

“We wish to assure the public, especially the affected communities, to remain calm since the Police are committed to pursuing the perpetrators of this heinous crime.”

The Bole District in the Savannah Region has, for the third time in a month, recorded three mysterious deaths.

The latest incident involves a middle-aged man whose body was found in a KVIP septic tank near the St. Kizito Junior High School at Mempeasem, a suburb of Bole.

The deceased was discovered by a female resident who had visited the facility around 6:00 am and reported the incident to the Assembly Member of Mempeasem Electoral Area, Abu Hassan.

The deceased, known as Gbere, alias Chairman, is a native of Kalba-Oro in the Sawla-Tuna-Kalba district of the Savannah Region.

Previously, a security guard with the Bole Girls’ Model Junior High School was inside one of the classrooms when an unknown assailant smashed his head with a cement block.

Another victim was also killed, and his body was wrapped in an empty fertilizer sack and deposited in a gutter along the road around Green Valley, a suburb of Bole.

No arrest has been made, but the cases are under investigation.

Read the full statement below;

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