Police release photo of last suspect involved in killing of cops at Kasoa Buduburam

Police release photo of last suspect involved in killing of cops at Kasoa Buduburam

- The gruesome murder of Sgt. Michael Gyamasi and L/Cpl. Awal Mohammed at Budumburam, near Kasoa, in broad daylight was witnessed by many residents of the Kasoa area

- Police arrested three of the suspects the same day the incident happened

- Police are however on the heels of a certain Eric Kojo Duah, the owner of the Rugger pistol that was used to shoot the officers

The Ghana Police Service has released the photo of the prime suspect in the gruesome killing of two of its officers at Gomoa Buduburam in the Central Region.

Sergeant Michael Gyamasi and Lance Corporal Awal Mohammed were shot dead while on attachment duties on the Kasoa-Winneba highway.

They were shot when they tried to intercept an unregistered Blue/black Toyota Camry in which the assailants were on board.

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The suspects fled the scene after killing the police officers and abandoned their vehicle at Kokrobite.

Upon searching the vehicle, the police found a registered document of rugger pistol number 343-61265.

The document bore the name of Eric Kojo Duah, who has been named as the prime suspect in the killing of the police officers.

The police has now released the photo of Eric Kojo Duah to help facilitate his capture.

Also, the Acting Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Mr James Oppong-Boanuh, has placed a GH¢10,000 bounty on the head of Eric Kojo Duah.

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Meanwhile, three other suspects connected to the case have already been arrested by the police.

They are Ibrahim Zakaria, Issac Amissah and Dominic Commey. They have been detained to assist in investigation.

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