Reports available to Pinaxonline.com indicates that the wife of the suspected killer of two policemen at Gomoa Budumburum, Eric Kojo Duah, has been arrested.
According to reports, she moved out of their home at Budumburam in the Central region to Teshie and was picked up by personnel of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID).
Joy News’ Maxwell Agagba, who visited the residence, said the house is under lock and key.
The one-storey property, police sources said belonged to the late mother of Duah who was arrested by police at Atimpoku on Saturday morning as he attempted fleeing to the Volta region.
What was intriguing, Maxwell said, was a police uniform hanging on a drying line in the house of the suspect.
However, residents are tight-lipped and scared to divulge information for fear of being subjects of investigation.
Meanwhile, Duah and his accomplices -Ibrahim Zakariah, Isaac Mensah, Obletey Commey, Victor Yire and Fatawu Ahmed- who appeared in court on Monday, have been charged with conspiracy to commit murder, abetment of murder and murder.
The case has been adjourned to September 26.