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Two Bodies Found In Gbarnga City
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Bong County Superintendent Selena Polson-Mappay

 

 

Two Bodies Found In Gbarnga City

By Ballah Kollie, Bong County Correspondent

GBARNGA, March 18 (LINA) -The bodies of two young men were on Monday morning found in separate locations in Gbarnga City in Bong County.

One of them, only identified as George, was seen lying on the motor road in the N.V. Massaquoi School Community, while the other body was found in a garden around the Methodist Compound.

According to Police report, George is believed to have been hit by a motor vehicle which fled the scene, while the man in the garden around the Methodist compound is believed to have been mobbed, as sticks and stones were seen lying around him.

George was found lying face down with his head split open and his brain scattered on the road, but according to police, no perpetrator has been identified.

Meanwhile, the Bong County Detachment of the Liberia National Police has reported the death of one Sumo Kollie, who was engulfed by fire while burning his farm.

According to the report, Mr. Kollie, a resident of Flomo Village in Bong County, met his death on Sunday, March 16, while burning his farm just after midday.

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