Family members of the three Takoradi missing girls, following police reports of retrieval of human remains from the house of one of the suspects, say they are hopeful the suspects would be exposed.

Mother of one of the girls, Rutelove Quayson, speaking in an interview with Adom TV urged the police and other stakeholders not to rely on the skeletons’ retrieval but strive to get to the bottom of the matter.

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“This report must cause the police to put in much effort. I am still hopeful because I know God will not put me to shame, but will expose the people involved and nobody will go free,” she said.

A press statement from the Police Criminal Investigations Department on Friday, August 2 said some human remains had been retrieved from a septic tank in an uncompleted building at Kansaworodo in Takoradi which was previously occupied by Mr Udeotuk, one of the accused persons in the case.