Police have discovered sperms in the pelvic region of the public affairs manager of the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority who was found murdered Sunday at her home in Afienya near Tema.
A police report sighted by 3news.com read in part: “There was a fresh cut on the right eye brow, a suspected bullet hole at the back of her head and sperms at her private part region.”
Christian Agyei, who was serving as a houseboy to the deceased, Mrs Josephine Asante, has been picked up by the Police to assist in investigations into the crime.
He is said to have admitted to burying a wristwatch belonging to the deceased, together with 340 cedis behind the window of the boys’ quarters where he sleeps. The items which were freshly buried were discovered by the Police investigation team.
He would however not confirm or deny the discovery of sperms in the private part of the deceased, except to say the Tema Region has reached out to the homicide department at the Police headquarters to assist in investigating the case.
But Christian in his caution statement said he saw a man in black T-shirt and a jeans running out of the house.
Meanwhile, the police report, which was authored based on information from the first Police responders said “foot and fingerprints of the suspect” has been taken.
The report said no fired bullet shell was found at the scene and “no bullet exit at the front portion of her head”.
It said inspection of the scene revealed the doors and windows to the bedroom were all locked.
“The key to the bedroom and the remote control to the main door were found at the entrance to the house close to the boys quarters,” the report stated.
The deceased was found stabbed to death on Sunday dawn at her residence at the Emef Estate in Afienya near Tema.
The 49-year-old mother was said to to be living in her house with her son and a houseboy at the time of the incident.
The deceased was in a pool of blood in her bedroom Sunday dawn. Her 12-year-old boy called for help when he woke up and found the mother motionless not responding to calls to wake up.