Chop bar operator arrested over the killing of 3 women in Krobo area (video)

The Ghana Police Service has arrested a woman believed to be a Chop Bar operator in connection with the brutal killings of three women in the Krobo area.

Chop bar operator arrested over the killing of 3 women in Krobo area

The arrest comes after 35-year-old Richard Tetteh confessed to carrying out the murders, alleging that he was hired by the restaurant operator to extract bodily fluids from the victims.

Tetteh's confession, captured in a trending video, sent shockwaves through the community as he detailed the gruesome crimes he committed at the behest of the unidentified restaurant operator. The murders, which occurred in Otorkporlu in February and in Nuaso Odjam Aklomuase and Sekesua in April, were carried out with chilling precision, according to Tetteh's account.

The alleged serial killer claimed that he received GHC500 for each victim he executed, highlighting the sinister nature of the arrangement between himself and the restaurant operator. He disclosed that he was directed to extract bodily fluids from the victims' mouths and private parts—an instruction that sent shivers down the spines of investigators and the public alike.

Following Tetteh's confession, the Eastern Regional Police Command launched a thorough investigation into the incidents, aiming to uncover the full extent of the horrors perpetrated and to identify any other individuals involved in these heinous crimes. Tetteh himself assisted officers by leading them to the residence of the Chop Bar operator implicated in the scheme.


However, the accused woman vehemently denied any involvement in the murders or collusion with Tetteh. In a video circulating online, she is seen crying and pleading her innocence, insisting that she knew nothing about Tetteh's allegations. Despite her emotional plea, police continue to probe the matter, leaving the community on edge as they await further developments in the investigation.

As the investigation unfolds, residents of the Krobo area are left grappling with shock and disbelief over the sinister nature of the crimes that have shaken their community to its core. The Ghana Police Service has yet to issue an official statement on the matter, but fingers remain crossed as authorities work tirelessly to bring justice to the victims and their families.


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