The Ghana Police Service says it has no intentions of covering up circumstances sorounding the death of the 34-year-old aeronautic engineer who was killed at Asuboa in the Eastern Region.
The police say preliminary autopsy report reveals that he died of hemorrhagic shock (loss of blood) and gunshot wounds.
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But the police say they are still investigating the issue to ensure that the perpetrators are brought to book.
Eastern Regional Police Commander, ASP Ebenezer Tetteh, said the driver who drove the deceased to Asuboa is assisting the police in investigations alongside 4 other witnesses.
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He emphasized that the driver will not be arraigned before court because there is no evidence linking him to the death of the aeronautic engineer.
He assured the family that the police will not cover up any information that could lead to the arrest of culprits.
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He added that the Police Service will sanction all police personnel who are found culpable at the end of investigations.
He, therefore, urged the family to co-operate with the police to unravel the mystery behind the death of the late engineer.