No progress in homicide cases: Police

There has been no progress with the investigative cases that are still with homicide police.

Lack of witnesses coming forward with information, as well as the lack of evidence available to proceed the case to prosecution, are some of the factors.

However, both the NCD metropolitan superintendent, Perou N’Dranou, and officer-in-charge for homicide, John Daviagi, stress that no case will go unsolved.

These cases will continue to be investigated until there is a breakthrough to move investigations forward.

Police need the public’s assistance to solve these cases.

Author: 
Annette Kora