- Three of the five missing persons in the Western Region have been found
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The Ghana Police Service have found three persons who went missing in the Western Region of Ghana.
The police announced on its Facebook page on Sunday, October 6, 2019, that they have found three out of the five missing persons.
The trio are Rosina Gyekyewaa, Fauzia Aliu and Augustina Koomson.
According to the police, 13-year-old Rosina Gyekyewa was seen loitering in Cape Coast. Her grandmother sent her to the police station on October 5, 2019.
Rosina is said to have left home in search of her mother who lived in Kumasi. She said she didn’t want to live with her grandmother any longer.
The second person Fauzia Aliu, 17, returned home on October 2, 2019. Her dad, Aliu Suleman brought her to the police station on October 4. She also left home in search of her biological mother in Accra.
The last person, 42-year-old Augustina Koomson, was reported missing by her husband. But the police contacted her after it was revealed she was in Accra with her brother.
The two yet-to-be found persons include 17-year-old Charity Boah, who left home on September 16, 2019, at about 4.30 am.
The police said she left home with some personal belongings and GH¢200 but has not returned and there is no information about where she could possibly be.
The other missing person is 40-year-old Kwame Krah, believed to be deaf and dumb. He reportedly left home on September 30 at about 9.30am and has since not returned.
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