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One T’di missing girl called her mum for help but police failed to act-Family

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The spokesperson for the families of the 3 missing Takoradi girls has told KSM that one of the girls who are missing called her mother after she was taken to beg for her help.

According to the spokesperson, Michael Hayford Acquah one of the girls, Ruth Love Quayson called her mother after she was taken and told her she had been kidnapped.

“Mum please save me, save me where they have put me I don’t know anybody here, some people have kidnapped me,” terrified Ruth Love Quayson told her mother when she managed to call.

But Michael Hayford Acquah revealed that when his cousin rushed to the Market Circle Police Station in Takoradi to make a formal complaint, the police further referred him to the Takoradi Central Police Station where the family was informed to make any other further information available to the police for prompt action.

Although information such as the fact that Ruth called for help, the kidnappers have asked for a ransom and are now controlling her phone were told to the police, they failed to act upon it in due time.

As it stands now, Priscilla Blessing Bentum, 21, kidnaped on August 17, 2018, at Kansaworodo, Ruth Love Quayson, 18, kidnapped on December 4, 2018, at Butumagyebu Junction and Priscilla Mantebea Koranchie, 18, kidnapped on December 21, 2018, at Nkroful all in Takoradi have not been found.

The police however discovered some remains of dead people at the residence of the main suspect in the kidnapping case. But it has not yet been determined if it is the girls. DNA report is yet to come

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