The Ghana Police Hospital (GPH) is appealing to the public to help trace relatives of four unidentified people, who have been on admission at the their facility since October, last year.
They are two males and two females, including a 14-year-old boy, were taken to the hospital unconscious by good Samaritan and police personnel.
A source at the GPH, told the Ghanaian Times in Accra on Friday, that the unidentified persons were found in a gutter and others were knocked down by vehicles.
The source said one of the victims, a woman, was taken to the hospital on October 31,last year, at about 12:41 by the Airport Police patrol team.
The police source said she was found around Shiashie in Accra road bleeding from mouth and bruises all over her body.
According to the source, the woman has a tattoo on her left hand with name Abena Mansa Tatale.
The source said the 14 year old boy was who was found in a gutter unconscious was brought to the GPH by officials of Usher Poly clinic last Friday.
The police source said another male believe to be in his twenties, was also brought to the facility on May 12, 2019, by a policeman from Weija unconscious.
The source said the man was knocked down by a motorcycle and had head injuries.
The police source said a 58-year-old woman was brought to the hospital on March 31, 2019, after she was knocked down by a car at Odorkor in Accra
According to the source she has been on admission for a month, and she mentioned her name as Mansa Alogbe.
The police appealed to people, whose relations were missing, to report to the police hospital.
BY ANITA NYARKO-YIRENKYI
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