Prior to the publication headlined, ‘Opinion: Late Fennec Okyere’s investigation laid to rest; no other suspect found?’ Head of Homicide Unit, DSP William Seduamey has indicated that some of the necessary itemology (equipment/ gadgets) needed to conduct the investigation is not available to the unit.
According to him, the unit appears to lack the necessary equipment/ gadgets to carry out an in-depth investigation though, “we have written to the outfit (department/unit) in charge of providing us with the necessary investigation equipment but we are yet to receive any.”
As to why there cannot be any assurances given to the public, he said, “we cannot give them assurances when there is no new update, unlike in movies (Inspector Bediako) where investigations are quickly concluded.”
“But, we are duly ongoing with investigations to lay hands on the killers of the deceased,” he added.
The Homicide Boss made this revelation during a meeting with this reporter to clarify some questions posed in the article; ‘Opinion: Late Fennec Okyere’s investigation laid to rest; no other suspect found?’ last Wednesday, November 26, 2014 at the CID Headquarters.
The Station Head at the Headquarters was present in the meeting.
Meanwhile, DSP Seduamey has affirmed that the promised cash reward, Ghs20,000.00 to be given to the individual or persons who volunteers credible information leading to the killer or killers of late Fennec Okyere is still at large.
The cash reward offer was announced in an official Statement released by the Ghana Police Administration on Friday, April 25, 2014; a day before the burial of the deceased.
The Police Statement was signed by the Commissioner of the Criminal Investigation Department, P.K. Agblor at the Police Headquarters.
Until then, Bulldog, Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson remains the prime suspect as the killer of the deceased.
Fennec Okyere, on March 13, 2014 was found brutally murdered at his resident, Manet Gardens off the Spintex Road.
Contact the Police on 0302773695, 0302774906 and 0302761733 or report to the Police Directorate at the National Police Headquarters when you have any credible information on the killers of late Fennec Okyere.
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