- A video has shown some of the suspects involved in the killing of the two Kasoa police officers crying in court
- In the video, two of the suspects were seen crying in the police van that conveyed them to the court for proceedings
- The men are currently in the grips of the police over the shooting and killing of two police officers in Kasoa, Budumburam
YEN.com.gh has come across a video in which two of the suspected Kasoa police killers were crying.
In the video, the two men were seen sitting in the police van that took them to the court for proceedings.
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They were seen explaining something to one of the police officers and as they did so, the two men cleaned tears from their eyes.
One of the men was heard telling the policeman that he was not involved but just passing by to somewhere else.
Deducing from the video, it is evident that the two suspected police killers are worried about the developments.
Few weeks ago, Ghanaians were sent into a shock when reports revealed that some men have shot and killed two policemen at Budumburam in Kasoa.
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According to the eyewitness report, one of the police officers engaged in an argument with the men, leading to the shooting.
Couple of hours after the incident, three young men were arrested as suspects in relation to the murder.
The three young men were said to be in the car that the shooter was driving when he committed the offense.
Two days later, a young man by name Eric Kojo Duah was arrested as the main suspect who shot and killed the two police officers.
Eric Duah who was arrested on the Adomi Bridge at Atimpoku was said to be escaping to the Volta Region in a black-colored Golf car.
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