The Northern Regional Police Command has tendered an application before the Tamale High Court to get to the man who stood surety for Helena Huang to locate her.
This, according to Regional Crime Officer Supt. Kwabena Otuo Acheampong, is in line with Section 104 of Act 30 of the criminal procedures.
He revealed that the suspect, Helena Huang, 43, a Chinese national, was granted police enquiry bail of GH¢20,000.00 and was to report to the police station every day.
However, “the suspect failed to report on Wednesday, May 8, Thursday, May 9 and today May 10; hence the need to pray the court to grant their request to get the surety to produce the suspect.”
The application, if granted, gives the police the mandate to declare Helena Huang wanted.
Supt. Otuo Acheampong also informed the news team the four containers of lumber which were retrieved from the suspect have been handed over to the Forestry Commission for safe keeping.
Helena Huang was arrested on Tuesday, May 7 for illegally logging rosewood.
She was subsequently granted bail after she made her statement to the police.
The suspect was granted bail on condition that she will make herself available to the police on a daily basis, but three days after she was granted bail, she is yet to fulfill her bail condition.
Source: 3 news