Police Arrest Two Murder Suspects From Hideout In Togo
The Ghana Police Service with the support from the International Police (Interpol) has arrested two persons on their wanted list for the kidnapping and murder of one Cornelius Doe Negble in the Volta Region. Suspects Hunor Koko, 30, also known as Ando Kofi, and Anani Koko, 23, were arrested at Vugah, a town near Lome in
Togo. They were handed to the Ghana Police Service by the Interpol and efforts are underway to arrest the third suspect Morris Etse, the police said in a statement announcing the capture of the two suspects. He is advised to surrender to the nearest Police Station or be fished out from his hide-out. This comes a couple of
days after another murder suspect, Iddrisu Adams, was arrested in the Ashanti Region. However, in a move to take the police to hideouts of his accomplices, he attempted to escape and he was instantly shot. He was pronounced dead on arrival at the St Martin’s Hospital in the Ashanti Region.