Shopkeeper allegedly kills woman over D200,000

Dec 30, 2020, 1:44 PM | Article By: Momodou Jawo

Police have arrested one Momodou Sowe for allegedly killing one Ya Sally Sarr over D200,000, The Point has been reliably informed.

The suspect who was detained at the Tanji Police Station has been reported to have transferred to Brikama Police Station as inhabitants of the village protested and attempted to attack the police station in revenge of the woman’s death.

An anonymous source who spoke to The Point confirmed the incident.

Our source added that the deceased was a cook for fishermen at the Tanji seaside. “The deceased was having more than D200,000 with her and then decided to take give the money to the suspect (Momodou Sowe), a shopkeeper, for safe keeping. However, after entrusting her with the money, she was later informed by friends that the suspect, who was also having her money was selling his shop in order to return to his country of origin.”

The deceased thus decided to approach the suspect so as to get her money back.

The suspect, our source added asked the deceased to meet him at the seaside to hand her said the D200,000.

After the deceased went missing, friends and family members were worried and a search for her was conducted.

“Unfortunately for the family members, they found her dead at the seaside. An investigation was conducted and the suspect was arrested?

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