The Kasoa Police has arrested two persons with a human head.
The two were apprehended on Monday when their car crashed in the Ga south Municipality.
The human head was a “fresh” male head, says police. The men, according to reports, were three but one is currently on the run.
One of the suspected ritual murderers is a taxi driver, a police source said.
The two are said to have denied knowledge of the human head that had blood oozing from it when interrogated by Police.
The suspects, who are currently in police custody, are Samuel Amemasi, 32, and Joseph Kwesi Mawuwone, 23.
Police sources said the person whose head was cut off was yet to be identified but had been deposited at the morgue as investigations continue.
However, residents of Hobor in the Ga South municipality where the arrest took place, suspected the head to be that of a driver said to be a friend of one of the suspects.
The police sources said at about 10.30p.m. last Sunday they received information about an accident involving a taxi at Hobor.
On rushing to the scene, the human head was found in the car.
According to a Graphic report, Amemasi was in charge of the taxi with registration number GW 5532-21 when the accident occurred.
Residents who rushed to the scene of the accident, with the view to rescue the occupants, later noticed blood dripping from the boot of the taxi.
On opening the boot, the residents saw to their astonishment, the fresh human head with blood oozing from it, and immediately they arrested the suspects.
The suspects, the sources said, were residents of Papase Number One and Ngleshie Amanfro Nurses Quarters, Graphic reports.
Giving further details, the sources stated that at about 6p.m. on July 10, 2022, Mawuwone asked Amemasi, who drives a Toyota Vitz taxi to take him to Hobor.
Subsequently, Mawuwone and the person who was later killed boarded the taxi from the Nurses Quarters area after eating at a nearby facility.
The sources explained that when Mawuwone and the unknown male got to their destination, they went to a certain location but Mawuwone returned with a polythene bag without the unknown male he went with.
Mawuwone then boarded the taxi, which had Amemasi behind the steering wheel, and they drove off towards Kasoa when they got involved in the accident.
The police said the suspects were yet to show where they had sent the body of the victim.