- It has emerged that one of the human remains retrieved from the cesspit tank, had waist beads around the retrieved skeleton
- Sister of Ruth Quayson said the family considers it as a cooked up story because they are still confident Ruth is alive
- She added that the onus lies on the police to prove how a skeleton would have a waist bead on
Information available to YEN.com.gh indicates that one of the human remains retrieved from the cesspit tank, suspected to be the missing girls in Takoradi in the Western region, had waist beads around the retrieved skeleton.
According to sister of one of the victims, Ruth Love Quayson, she noted that the assertion by one of the investigators on the case was to convince the family that indeed the bones are those of their daughters.
Speaking on Adom FM’s morning show, Dwaso Nsem programme, she said the family considers it as a cooked up story because the members are still confident Ruth is alive.
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“This is one of the Kwaku Ananse stories the police told us. How can a skeleton still have beads around its waist?” she quizzed.
She added that apart from a verbal communication from the police, they were not given the opportunity to see the bones before the DNA test.
Due to that, they are of the view that the information from the police is not accurate.
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In other news, YEN.com.gh has come across a video that is trending on social media involving a suspected female robber.
In the video, she was seen jumping from a storey building through the window as she fell on the ground at the car park.
After getting on the ground, the lady looked around to see if no one was watching, then head for the gate.
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