A special police operation has led to the discovery and exhumation of the bodies of the three missing Takoradi girls at Kasawrodo in the Western region, Starr News can confirm.
The bodies, which were found with signs suggesting massive sexual abuses, were retrieved from a manhole in the area Friday evening.
Starr News sources say the key suspect was brought to the scene during the exercise. A team of police personnel undertook the operation after a tip off in the community.
The whereabouts of the three missing Takoradi girls – Ruthlove Quayson, Priscilla Blessing Bentum and Priscilla Koranchie – who were kidnapped between August and December 2018 have been a mystery several months after the issue gained national prominence. - starrfmonline.com
Police Retrieve Human Parts Buried Behind Takoradi Girls Kidnapper’s House
Police investigating the three Takoradi kidnapped girls have retrieved human parts from a sewage system behind the house of the accused suspect Sam Udoetuk Wills who lived at Kansaworodo in Takoradi.
The Police reportedly retrieved the body parts around 2 pm on Friday.
Citi News‘ Western Regional Correspondent, Akwasi Agyei Annim reported that: “I got information around 7pm that the police, have gotten some lead into the whereabouts of the girls and they retrieved some body parts somewhere around the vicinity of the house of Sam Udoetuk Wills, the accused person behind the disappearance of the three Takoradi girls.”
We saw about seven cars belonging to the Police and a water tanker belonging to the Prison Service all parked by the road beside the very house were were told Udoetuk Wills was staying. Upon checking the house, we saw about four septic tanks that were opened by the police and eyewitnesses told us that they saw the police removing things out of it.”
An eyewitness who spoke to Citi News said: “In the afternoon we saw the CID around and around 5pm we saw the Regional Police Commander and his team including the kidnapper entering the house. Yes, I can confirm this is the very house where the suspect was living. We used to see him around.” - The Spectator GH
Police Retrieve Skeletons Suspected To Be That Of 3 Missing Takoradi Girls
The Police has retrieved some skeletons believed to be that of the three missing Takoradi girls, Graphic Online has gathered. The skeletons were retrieved Friday night from a cesspit linked to the house of one of the accused persons in the case, Samuel Udoetek-Wills reports Graphic Online's Western Regional correspondent, Dotsey Koblah Aklorbortu.
The police through their investigations got the information that the missing girls were allegedly buried in the cesspit behind the accused person's house at Kasaworodo in Takoradi.
Subsequently, police officers from Accra stormed the Kasaworodo house of the accused person, on Friday evening and cordoned off the area. At about 5:30 pm on Friday. Graphic Online understands, with the help of the Prisons Service cesspit emptier, they started emptying the cesspit.
By 8 pm, the officers found the skeletons suspected to be that of the missing girls and moved away from the scene with the skeletons parked in four separate boxes and headed towards Accra.
The family members of the missing girls who got wind of the operation moved swiftly to the scene and subsequently moved to Accra when they heard the police were on their way to Accra with the skeletons.
The family members have since called for an independent forensic investigation to establish whether the skeletons found were indeed that of the three missing girls. - graphic.com.gh