- A team of Canadian security experts have arrived in Ghana to assist with investigations
- Their task is to help find two missing Canadian women who were abducted
- The women were picked up by four unidentified men on June 4, 2019
Information available to YEN.com.gh suggests that a team of Canadian security experts have arrived in Ghana to help find two missing Canadian nationals.
The team arrived in Kumasi, the Ashanti regional capital, after the Canadian High Commissioner, Heather Cameron, revealed that professionals would be invited to assist with investigations.
The Inspector General of Police, David Asante Appeatu, together with the deputy Canadian High Commissioner, visited Kumasi to receive a briefing on the case.
Per a report by Myjoyonline.com, four men transferred the two victims, ages 19 and 20 years, into a red Toyota car at the entrance of a private hostel.
This happened as soon as they stepped out of an Uber car at about 8:25pm on June 4, 2019, and the suspects fired warning shots to ward-off onlookers.
The Uber driver, who transported the victims from a restaurant at Asokwa and witnessed their abduction, is currently assisting the police with the investigations
YEN.com.gh understands that the missing women were working with a Non-Governmental Organisation, Youth Challenge International.
Police officials are however yet to publish the pictures of the victims who are believed to have been in the country for less than two weeks prior to their kidnap.
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