Another one of the "killers" of Captain Mahama has just been caught in girlfriend's room

Another one of the "killers" of Captain Mahama has just been caught in girlfriend's room

- Another suspect has been arrested in connection with the gruesome murder of the late Captain Mahama

- The suspect, Charles Boah, was caught hiding in his girlfriend’s room who had earlier reported her to the police

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The investigation by the Ghana Police Service into the lynching of the late Captain Maxwell Mahama has resulted in the arrest of some prime suspects.

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Some of the arrested suspects were remanded and officially charged with murder of Captain Mahama.

In one of the swoops of the Central Regional police, they grabbed one suspect who was hiding in his girlfriend’s room.

The Late Captain Maxwell Mahama
The Late Captain Maxwell Mahama

The suspect, Charles Boah (spelt Buah, in some reports) had reportedly moved to Gomoa Dominase to seek “asylum” in his girlfriend’s residence.

According to the police reports, the scared girlfriend of the suspect got suspicious of her boyfriend’s actions.

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She thus, reached out to a colleague to discuss her suspicions and the colleague subsequently took the matter to the police.

Media reports state that Charles had resisted getting picked up by the police but was eventually got overpowered.

ASP David Osei Fofie confirmed the arrest of the suspect saying, “At 1 am this dawn, we had information that one person is in Dominase”.

...suspected to be part of the killing and so we deployed our men there and realized he was hiding at his girlfriend’s place”, he continued.

The suspect has since confessed to his involvement in the lynching.

READ ALSO: One of Captain Mahama's "killers" has been found dead

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