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Police Investigates 6 Persons 

By Grace Q. Bryant 

The Liberia National Police has arrested six suspects in connection to the death of a two-year-old boy identified as Momo Saah whose body parts including his right leg, right hand, right eye and private parts were extracted in Zealey Town, Bomi County.

Those arrested are Momo Gray, Siaffa Gray, Cooper Ross, Satta Wonda, Massah Dukuley, mother of the deceased and Omacy Nyei.

The Police initial report revealed that the mutilated parts of the little child were found in possession of the grandfather of the victim.

Police preliminary investigation also established that the suspects committed said act based on financial gains, therefore they are presently at the headquarters of the Liberia National Police undergoing probe.

In a related development, the police is investigating three suspects for their alleged involvement into the death of a 21-year-old man identified as Christian Somah on January 19.

Suspects Yakuba Sheriff 42, Layee Kamara 16, Sumaila Keita 15 all of Day-Break-Mouth-Open in the Bardnersville community were arrested from a garage owned and operated by the alleged suspects on the Gardnersville Estate Road.

Preliminary investigation has established that the deceased was allegedly mobbed by an angry crowd which resulted to his demise when Yakuba Sheriff’s garage security guards raised alarm referring to the deceased as a thief.

According to the police, the remains of the deceased has been deposited at the JFK Morgue for preservation while the suspects have been charged with Murder and Criminal Conspiracy pending court prosecution.

Meanwhile, A 29 year-old resident of Johnsonville identified as Patience Paye is undergoing investigation in Kakata, Margibi County for allegedly attempting to sell her 7-year old step son identified as Jacob Kamara for the amount of Fifteen thousand United States Dollars.

During police preliminary investigation, she admitted to the allegation and said that the father of the boy who is her husband, Morris Kamara mismanaged her business money in the amount of ten thousand United States Dollars, thereby leaving her with nothing to start her business.

She was arrested in the Kissi Community in Kakata, Margibi County, while attempting to sell the innocent child.

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