A/R: Police clarifies report on missing St Louis JHS students

The Ashanti Regional Police command has informed the general public to disregard a case of alleged kidnapping of two (2) St Louis Junior High school students in the Ashanti Region.

The Police said in a statement on Monday February 8 that the matters are different from what the actual case is about.

The statement explained that “On Saturday 6th February, 2021 at about 10:00PM, the Suame Police received a case of Missing Person from a complainant of Breman-Nklwatwima, that on 5th February, his daughter, age 15 years of age left the home and has not since not returned.

“Investigations later indicated later that the said missing person had called the brother to inform him that she was at Embassy Hotel, Suame Kotoko, but pretended it was kidnapping.

“On 8th February the Suame Police Divisional Command acting upon intelligence found the girl in the company of another girl (name withheld) also of St Louis JHS Form 3.

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“Investigations revealed that the girls on Friday February 5th ,  left home for school and have since  not returned home , apparently they went to visit their boyfriends Clement Coleman And Nana Kwame at Tafo-Ahenbronum and that they had been staying at that address with their friends since 5th February , 2021.

“The girls are assisting Police to trace and arrest the boys to assist in investigation. The Ashanti Regional Police Command would like to thank the general public for their cooperation and will like to assure them to our resolve to deal effectively and efficiently with all cases reported to the Police.”

By Laud Nartey|3news.com|Ghana



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