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  • Thursday, 18 April 2024

Freetown: Police Nabs Serial Killer

Freetown: Police Nabs Serial Killer

By Abu Bakarr Tarawally

A notorious alleged serial killer has been arrested and detained by Police in the Western Area Rural District of Waterloo on the outskirts of Freetown. A source alleged that: Almamy Sesay, otherwise known as White Boy, was caught by the Police in the early hours of Saturday in a covert operation following a tip-off.

 

A source quoting the Local Unit Commander of the Waterloo Police Division, CSP Ibrahim Sama stated that the operations were carried out at the Jorpoh Farm where the 42-year-old hitman was hibernating. According to Police sources, three suspects, including the Village Headman, the driver, and the personal secretary of the prime suspect, were whisked into detention following their arrest. An outburst of allegations linked White Boy with multiple incidents involving the missing of persons over time whom authorities fear dead as their whereabouts are unknown.

 

It is not clear what he normally does with the bodies of his victims or the motivation for his actions. Upon Police interrogations, White Boy’s Secretary, Murray Kargbo, allegedly confessed to having recently delivered two sets of dead bodies to his boss. The dead bodies, he said were the human remains of two men caught stealing as they ran out of luck. Moreover, human organs are said to have been found with the suspect at the scene when the police raided their hideouts.

 

His Driver, popularly known as Koloto, the Village Headman, Abu Bakarr Kargbo, and the Secretary, Murray Kargbo, is currently helping the Police with their investigations.

 

Meanwhile, the LUC of Waterloo Division has obtained gruesome photos and videos of some of the victims of the torture of White Boy and his gang. He calls on members of the public, including surviving victims and relatives of those killed to come forward and give vital information to the Waterloo Police that may aid in the ongoing investigations.

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