Unlawful wounding crimes trouble Serowe police

Police officers
Police officers

An upsurge in unlawful wounding cases that usually lead to murder have the Serowe police worried that young men are too quick to wield knives in a misunderstanding.

Police said it is of great concern that people no longer value the sanctity of human life choosing to kill whenever it suits them.

Serowe Police Station commander, Superintendent Poloko Oteng’s concern follows the recent string of unlawful wounding cases in his policing area.

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