The Police have retrieved some skeletons believed to be that of the missing Takoradi girls.
The skeletons were retrieved Friday night from a cesspit linked to an uncompleted building which was previously occupied by one of the accused persons in the case, Samuel Udeotuk-Wills reports Graphic Online’s Western Regional correspondent, Dotsey Koblah Aklorbortu.
The police through their investigations got the information that the missing girls were allegedly buried in the cesspit behind the uncompleted building at Kansaworodo in Takoradi.
Subsequently, police officers from Accra stormed the Kansaworodo house of the accused person, on Friday evening and cordoned off the area.
At about 5:30 pm on Friday. Graphic Online understands, with the help of a cesspit emptier from the Prisons Service, they started emptying the cesspit.
By 8 pm, the officers found the skeletons suspected to be that of the missing girls and moved away from the scene with the skeletons packed in four separate boxes and headed towards Accra.
According to Graphic Online’s reporter in Takoradi, Dotsey Koblah Akorbortu, the family members of the missing girls who got wind of the operation moved swiftly to the scene and subsequently moved to Accra when they heard the police were on their way to Accra with the skeletons.