The Ghana Police Service has engaged INTERPOL and drawn more personnel from different departments of its unit and deployed them to help find the three girls who were abducted in Takoradi last year December.
According to the police, they would work tirelessly to ensure that the kidnappers are apprehended.
The Director General of the Police Public Affairs ACP David Eklu said, the police will go the extra mile to locate the girls.
“A specialized unit from the counter-terrorism unit, the police intelligence directorate, the CID, are in the Western Region to support the efforts that they are making in the region so that we get these girls and reunite them with their families,” ACP Eklu noted.
On Monday January 21 2019, the Public Relations Officer for the Western Regional Police Command, DSP Olivia Adiku, in a Citi News interview said that although a suspect was in police custody, they’re yet to get information on where specifically the girls were.
According to her, everything cant be said publicly but certain leads had come up but they can’t put it out on air for security reasons.
Several weeks after official complaints were made to the police concerning the disappearance of the children, the police was yet to provide concrete information on the whereabouts of the children although it was holding a key suspect.
The three girls; Priscilla Blessing Bentum, Ruth Love Quayson and Priscilla Koranchie were kidnapped in Takoradi December 2018.
The situation has left families anxious with calls on the police to act speedily and more aggressively.
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