The Western Regional Security Council (REGSEC) has called for calm after police discovered human parts behind the house of one of the missing Takoradi girls’ suspected kidnappers.
In a statement signed by the Regional Minister, Kwabena Okyere Darko-Mensah, the REGSEC said stakeholders were to be patient and “await the outcome of the forensic investigation to be conducted on the found human parts.
Priscila Koranchie, Ruth Love Quayson and Priscilla Blessing Bentum have been missing for nearly a year after they were reported kidnapped in the Takoradi metropolis.
In the most significant development in the case, Police investigating the disappearances found human parts in the sewage system behind the home of one of the suspects in the case on Friday.
Police requested that the families be on the standby for DNA samples to be taken for testing during meetings on Saturday.
But some of the families members plan on refusing the request.
The father of Priscilla Kuranchie, Alexander Kuranchie told Citi News that he will not avail himself to the Police for any DNA because of secrecy that surrounded the operation.
The elder sister of Ruth Love Quayson, Rebecca Quayson also said her family will not participate in the plans for forensic tests.