- A young police officer, Sandra Asiedu, has been found dead in her room at Damongo in the Savannah Region
- Initial reports have suggested she was stabbed to death by her jealous boyfriend who visited her from Obuasi
- The landlord of Asiedu has disclosed that the deceased's boyfriend clashed with a soldier he suspected her to be having an affair with
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The boyfriend of police constable Sandra Asiedu allegedly killed her over infidelity, new reports emerging suggest.
According to a MyNewsGH report, the suspected boyfriend committed the crime over his suspicion that Asiedu was seeing another man.
Asiedu, a general constable at Damongo in the West Gonja District of Savannah Region, was found dead at her residence on Monday, August 2, 2021.
Initial reports indicated that Asiedu's boyfriend was suspected to have stabbed her to death, making him the prime suspect.
We love together we die together - Sad note left by alleged killer of Damongo policewoman pops up in photo
The boyfriend was reported to have visited the deceased from Obuasi but had bolted.
Citing an interview by Asiedu's landlord, Mahama Zakariah, on Bole-based Nkilgi FM, MyNewsGH reported that the boyfriend, upon arrival, suspected Asiedu to be cheating.
He suspected a relationship between Asiedu and an unnamed soldier and he is reported to have gone to the 'rival' to engage him in a scuffle.
It was after the scuffle with the soldier and the confusion it brought that he came to Asiedu's house to attack her.
Police hunt for boyfriend
The police have mounted a search for the boyfriend who has absconded and cannot be found.
The boyfriend has been declared wanted by the police after it emerged that he had traveled all the way from Obuasi to visit the deceased.
Following the reports, photos of the young man have popped up on social media. The photos are being circulated by social media users for the young man to be apprehended.
Meanwhile, it has emerged that the alleged killer of Asiedu left a note in her room after the attack. The note written in red ink talked about love.
A photo of the sad note has just emerged online.
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