Cameroon – Nkolbisson killings: A suspect has been apprehended by the police!

Written by Deckson N.

Following the assassination of the named Veronica and her mother, investigators of the Nkolbisson Gendarmerie Brigade apprehended a suspect.

We have already arrested one person and he is held in custody for necessary investigation. This is just a suspect. Because there is no evidence that he is the murderer or that he is part of the criminal gang, “said a policeman in the columns of Mutations, edition of 12 August 2016. According to the newspaper, investigations are also continuing the directorate of the judicial Police for the Centre. There, a source says that the culprits will be arrested soon.

We are on track and I think we will finish the investigation in the near future,” says the source. The newspaper reveals that the objects carried on the sites of various crimes have already been the subject of analysis.

The mutilated body of the named Veronica, aged around 40, was found on Monday in a pond behind the Institute of Geological and Mining Research, located in this neighborhood. The body of the mother of Veronica was also found that morning, at a place called Chefferie, located in the new Nkolbisson road. From December 2015 of 9 August 2016, residents and law enforcement forces have counted 10 cases, all females. All of them left without their sex organs.

These rituals remind the crimes occurred at the Mimboman neighborhood, still in Yaounde in 2013. It makes one wonder if criminals have changed the Mimboman site. Ongoing investigations will bring more light on this question that torments the minds of the inhabitants of the targeted community by the authors of evil.

While waiting to eradicate the psychosis that haunts the people of the 7th district of Yaounde, vigilance is required. A vigilante committee was set up by the Mayor Augustine Tamba and traditional leaders.

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