29 January 2013

Liberia: 32 Persons Declared Wanted

The Liberia National Police have declared at least 32 suspected criminals including four murderers wanted for investigation and subsequent prosecution.

The suspects are currently on the run but LNP spokesman Sam Collins said the police are working along with the communities to help locate and have the wanted criminals re-arrested for investigation.

The murder suspects include Boye Moore, Akin Junius, Paul Kerkula, and Mohammed Konneh.

The police further disclosed that Sampson Kennedy, Lewis Kennedy, Raymon Carlos, Emmanuel Davis, Jacob Jallah, and Blackie to be identified are being listed for Armed Robbery.

The Liberia National Police are in pursuit of nine persons for theft and another nine for burglary.

Those wanted for Forgery include Tonia Yates who is the prime suspect in the UBA US$612 case, Albert Sibley suspected in the Combat stress case of US$40,000, Sekou Kamara accused of $15,000 and Dr. Waylee Smith, $10,000.

For Burglary, Sam Kallon AKA "Peti", Jallah Seakor, Darlington Geezie, Tamba Foday, Papa Dahn, Harris Quollon, Saac Sarkie, Junior Hney, Papa Smith are being haunted by Police, while Shecku Bangura, Isaac Tarr, Varney Freeman, Alvin Mulbah, Dariuos K. Brown aka " ECOWAS" and Mathew Zein are also declared wanted for theft.

LNP spokesman Sam Collins warned that no one will commit crimes and go with impunity.

Collins said the Police were putting up a red alert for the suspects because of the threat they pose to society.

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