-On Girl Gang Raped To Death
The Liberia National Police says the Forensic Science Laboratory Section of the Crime Services Department (CSD) has received information about an alleged homicide incident in the Oldfield Community, New Georgia, Gardnersville.
“According to the information gathered on the scene, the victim, identified as Vivian Wright, female, 15 years Old and a resident of the same community left her home on the 13th of December 2018 and did not return until her body was discovered lying near a white fence at the back of a compound said to be owned by Mr. and Mrs. Thonkollie.
“The body was observed to have been dumped at the place of discovery with blood-stains and hair fibers seeing on the broken glass bottles at the top of the fence. Police Preliminary investigations reveals the body of the 15-year-old deceased was seeing with deep lacerations and three deep wounds at her back,” the LNP noted.
The LNP said the body has been deposited at the John F. Kennedy Medical Center where a complete external examination was conducted and preserved.
Meanwhile, the LNP has extracted specimens from the deceased which is aimed at enhancing an immediate autopsy.
The LNP urges members of the public, the family and friends of the deceased to remain calm as everything is being done humanly possible to bring the perpetrator(s) to face the full weight of the laws.
In a related development, the Liberia National Police has arrested, investigated, charged and forwarded to Court a 35-year-old man identified as Mike Ajana for alleged Rape and Sodomy respectively.
According to the LNP, suspect Ajana was arrested on the 10th of December 2018 in the Clara Town Community after he allegedly sodomized a 10-year-old boy.
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