A mystery case has surprised locals after a grade six girl who went missing on January 4 was found in a maize plantation murdered bizarrely.
According to the reports reaching us, residents have been searching for the girl after she was reported missing only for her body to be found in a maize plantation and put in a sack.
However, her death was not just a normal murder since Bizzare observations were made of her body. Her eyes were gouged out, her right leg was chopped off and her head skinned.
This raised a lot of concerns from the residents who called on the police to investigate the incident and reveal the one behind it and his motive.
From the reports given by the police, the motive behind this incident has not yet been uncovered but they suspect it is related to witchcraft. In addition, the information points out that the innocent girl was tortured in a separate place before her body was dumped on the maize plantation in a sack.
The body of the minor was taken to the morgue awaiting postmortem.
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