Police Arrest Six For Their Alleged Link In The Brutal Killing Of Two-Year-Old  Boy

By Comfort M. Johnson /LINA

Suspected murderers at the police station

The Liberia National Police have arrested six suspects for their alleged involvement of the brutal killing of a two years old boy identified as Momo Saah, whose body parts including right eye, right hand, right leg, and private parts were extracted in Zealey Town, Bomi County on January 23, 2023.

According to the police those arrested include Momo Gray prime suspect, Siaffa Gray grandfather, Cooper Ross, Satta Wonda, Massa Dukuly, mother of the deceased victim, and Omacy Nyei.

In a news conference today held at the headquarters of the LNP, disclosed that the Police initial report revealed that the mutilated parts of the little child were found in possession of the grandfather identify as Siaffa Gray.

Police preliminary investigation has established that the suspects committed said act based on financial gains, and they are currently at the Police headquarters ongoing prob.

At the same time in Montserrado County, the Police have arrested and are investigating three suspects for their alleged involvement into the death of twenty-one years old boy identify as Christian Somah on January 19, 2023.

Suspect Yakuba Sheriff forty-two, Layee Kamara sixteen, and Sumaila Keita fifteen all of Day Break Mouth open in the Barnesville community were arrested on January 19, 2023 from a garage owned and operated by the alleged suspects on the Gardnerville Estate Road.

Police preliminary investigation has established that, the deceased victim was allegedly mobbed by angry crowd which resulted to his demise when Yakuba Sheriff’s garage security guards, Layee Kamara and Keita raised alarm thereby referring to the deceased victim as thief.

Meanwhile, the remains of the deceased victim have been deposited at the JFK Morgue for preservation while the suspects have been charged with murder and criminal conspiracy pending court prosecution.

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