Police Headquarters wishes to inform the general public that on 11th May 2016 at approximately 0730 hours, the corpse of one Haja Kamara was found at the Lumley/Aberdeen beach front, close to the Family Kingdom.

Responding to the incident, the Sierra Leone Police immediately dispatched a team comprising Pathologist, Scene of Crime Officers, Homicide Investigators and Aberdeen Police Division personnel to the scene.

The body, which was found half naked with physical external injuries and blood on the mouth, ears and neck, was suspected to have been dumped in the culvert at the beach front.

The victim, who was residing back of Disco Paddies, Aberdeen, has been identified by relatives as a mother of two young kids. Her remains had been conveyed to Mortuary for autopsy. Meanwhile, investigation into the circumstances of her death is on-going at the Criminal Investigations Department (CID).

The SLP Management condemns such barbaric acts perpetrated against women and pledge to ensure that everything will be done to bring to justice those responsible for this cruel act.

The Sierra Leone Police is offering the sum of five million Leones ( Le 5,000,000) to anyone who will provide useful information leading to the arrest of culprit(s).

For any information, please contact the CID Headquarters, Media and Public Relations Unit at Police Headquarters, Aberdeen Police Station or the nearest police station. You can also call or whatsapp the following numbers: 076606689, 078218203, 079509896.

The public will be informed of any further developments as the investigation progresses.

Francis Alieu Munu
Inspector General