A resident of Green and McGill Streets in downtown Harper, Maryland, was found dead in a pool of blood on Monday, July 27, 2020 in the evening.
The man who was later identified as John Yao Seshi, 54, before his mysterious death discussed with his three friends that he was being hunted by anonymous people, friends. , saying they left the residence after he said he was hunted.
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However, according to the daughter of the deceased, allegedly 17 years old, identified as Musu Wilson told investigators that on the evening of Monday, July 27, 2020, one of the neighbors As she asked her to use the bathroom, she explained that she later realized the bathroom door had been locked.
She said she had knocked on the door many times but, with no sign of anyone reacting to the knock, she said that she decided to tie the door, but to her surprise, she found her father in the pool of blood.
According to information collected a bloody knife was found in the bath next to the dead body of John Yao Sushi with two separate cuts on the body (neck and stomach). The Liberia National Police’s Crime Investigation Division (LNP) is trying to find out the cause of Seshi’s death.
His daughter and mother and three friends were invited by the police for further questioning. The deceased Sushi was an employee of Williams VS Tubman University as a mechanic.
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