6 Police Officers Suspended For Missing Forensic Evidence

Monrovia Liberia. The Liberia National Police has suspended with immediate effect six of its officers in connection with the disappearance of a large quantity of weapons and ammunitions from its Forensic Evidence depot.

13 boxes of missing ammunitions were siezed on November 1, 2014 by joint security forecs in Ganta, Nimba County and placed at the headquarters of the Liberia National Police Forensic Depot but the ammunitions went missing on Saturday March 7, 2015.

A Police statement was released and named those officers suspended as Supt. Vally Sheriff, Chief/Supt. James Moore, Terry N. Kerkula, Inspector Justine B. Bondo, Moses Williams and Detective Varney A. M. Sheriff of the Interpol Section.

Five of the suspects, who were assigned in the Forensic Department have access to the keys of the Forensic Room while one of them was caught interceding on behalf of the suspects at the time of the investigation.

The Liberia National Police statement said the six suspended officers salaries will be withheld, pending the outcome of the investigation which is being conducted by the Crime Services Division of the Liberia National Police.

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