The Criminal Investigation Department (CID), Headquarters team investigating the Abesim murder case has discovered where suspect Richard Appiah buried the intestines of one of the murder victims.

According to a report from the police, the intestines were buried in a cocoa farm at Abesim.

The Police have since exhumed the intestines for pathological analysis and forensic examination in Accra.

The investigation team also worked around a septic tank and other places of concern for further examinations. Two sharp cutlasses with bloodstains used by the suspect to commit the crime were retrieved from the scene.


The police in Sunyani arrested 28-year-old Richard Appiah, an architect, who is believed to have murdered the three children and kept some meat suspected to be human flesh in his fridge.

The victims are his own 12-year-old stepbrother, Louis Agyeman Junior, and a 15-year-old Stephen Sarpong. The third victim is yet to be identified

The bodies were found in his living quarters, owned by his father at Alaska near Abesim on Friday, August 20, 2021.

The police arrested another suspect (name withheld) last Sunday to assist in investigations.

According to the source, an unspecified number of the homicide officers had picked the fridge in which the suspect was alleged to have kept the pieces of suspected human parts to the regional command.

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Source: Ghana/