Man Commits Suicide At Kasoa Tollbooth

The mortal remains of a man believed to have committed suicide have been retrieved by the police at an area around the Kasoa Tollbooth.

The deceased, according to sources, entered the nearby garden, climbed one of the trees, and hanged himself with a rope.

According to eyewitnesses who are horticulturists in the garden, they found the body of the deceased hanging in the woods when they reported to work in the morning.

“He was hanging dead when I arrived. We know him from nowhere,” one recounted.

Another eyewitness, who gave her name as Faustina Acquah, indicated that this is the second time someone has committed suicide in the garden.

She stated that the previous lad who relatively younger.

Upon arriving at the scene, the Police retrieved from the deceased an identification card bearing the name, Francis Rogbor.

Also, they retrieved from him a mobile phone without a SIM card.

Recent call contacts led the police to family members of the deceased who have confirmed that Francis was a resident of Top Town, a suburb of Ngleshie Amanfro in the Ga South Municipality.

The body has since been deposited at the morgue pending further investigations by the police.

 

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